All identified peaks considered in spectrum interpretation are indicated
by vertical red lines from the
peak maximum/minimum to the baseline. These lines are not shown by default,
but they can be either activated or deactivated using one of the following
Show Identified Peaks Context Menu Command
In the spectrum view,
click the Right
From the context menu, check Show
Show Identified Peaks Menu Command
From the IR/RAMAN Interpretation
menu, check Show Identified Peaks.
The peak area of identified peaks of the current active functional group
is filled light green to emphasize position in the spectrum. Green color
means, the peak is a positive match in spectrum interpretation.
The tool tip help shows information on bands...
Whenever the mouse pointer resides over
a peak area of a functional group, a tool tip help is shown with detailed
IR or RAMAN band information. This information is also available in the
identified chemical classification rule table.
Colored rectangles outside the identified peaks in the spectrum have
different meaning. From spectrum interpretation rules, IR or RAMAN bands
are defined as expected spectral regions. They possess a particular spectral
range and an expected intensity. These parameters span a rectangle in
the spectrum view indicating the expected peak position.
Red colored regions indicate regions where a peak was expected, but
none was found during analysis. The other way around, if a peak is found
in an excluded region, where none is expected, it will be also red colored.
A molecular representation of the functional group is shown in the spectrum
area. The functional group item can be selected, resized and moved around
inside the spectrum view. For details, please refer to the chapter "Molecule and Functional Group View".