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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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Among the topics are obtaining gas phase NMR parameters from molecular beam and high-resolution microwave spectroscopy, gas phase NMR for studying chemical reactions: kinetics and product identification, accurate non-relativistic calculations of NMR shielding constants, rovibrational and temperature effects in theoretical studies of NMR parameters, and optical hyperpolarization of noble gases for medical imaging.
Key words: atmospheric chemistry; dimers; hydrogen bonding; internal rotation; microwave spectroscopy; radio astronomy; rotational spectrum; tunneling motions.
Enter microwave spectroscopy, one of the most sensitive techniques for probing the structure of atoms.
Howard and his collaborators, (11,12) Xu and her associates, (13-15) and Caminati's group (16) have applied Fourier-transform microwave spectroscopy to molecular complexes consisting of chiral-achiral and chiral-chiral molecules.
Microwave spectroscopy of carbon nanotube field effect transistor.
The molecules have been characterized by Fourier transform microwave spectroscopy, and it was found that all of them are linear and the Ng-M bond is short and rigid.
Toronto, Canada and Hayward, CA 8/15/01--MDS has entered into a strategic alliance with Signature BioScience to develop and commercialize a microwave spectroscopy instrument for the proteomics and drug discovery research markets.
While this military use dominates all others, other applications include microwave spectroscopy, atomic clocks, radio astronomy, medical and industrial heating, x-ray generation by microwave-assisted particle acceleration, and commercial telecommunication and radar."

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