microwave spectroscopy

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microwave spectroscopy

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(General Physics) a type of spectroscopy in which information is obtained on the structure and chemical bonding of molecules and crystals by measurements of the wavelengths of microwaves emitted or absorbed by the sample
microwave spectroscope n
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Noun1.microwave spectroscopy - the use of spectroscopy to study atomic or molecular resonances in the microwave spectrummicrowave spectroscopy - the use of spectroscopy to study atomic or molecular resonances in the microwave spectrum
electron paramagnetic resonance, electron spin resonance, ESR - microwave spectroscopy in which there is resonant absorption of radiation by a paramagnet
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Recently, the PI has been involved in the development of a new combination of the revolutionary chirped pulse broadband rotational spectroscopy technique invented by B.
Spectroscopy in the microwave frequency range enables heretofore unrealizable measurements on conducting substrates, such as the rotational spectroscopy of a single adsorbed molecule.
Spectroscopy in the microwave frequency range enables unrealizable measurements on conducting substrates, such as the rotational spectroscopy of a single adsorbed molecule.