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spec·tro·scope

 (spĕk′trə-skōp′)
n.
Any of various instruments used to analyze a sample by separating its components into a spectrum.

spec′tro·scop′ic (-skŏp′ĭk), spec′tro·scop′i·cal (-ĭ-kəl) adj.
spec′tro·scop′i·cal·ly adv.
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Adj.1.spectroscopical - of or relating to or involving spectroscopy; "spectroscopic analysis"
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Millimeter waves were an unexplored field at the time, so there was a need to spectroscopically observe millimeter waves emitted from various molecules in the universe to explore new fields, such as the process of star formation and the structure of galaxies.
Spectroscopically, 15 Mon is about as blue as it's possible for a star to be, but the perception of star colors varies enormously among observers, so have a look for yourself.
I last wrote about several laboratory analyses testing for important wine and grape constituents using enzymatic protocols measured spectroscopically in April 2014.
Pure polymers and composite samples were spectroscopically analyzed by Ultraviolet-visible technique.
CCK-8 is a water-soluble tetrazolium salt that upon entry into a live cell is rapidly reduced by intracellular dehydrogenases to form a spectroscopically active formazan compound, the amount of which is proportional to the number of live cells present (Ishiyama et al.
The aliquots were centrifuged at 9168 x g for 10 min and supernatants were spectroscopically read at 405 nm.
Now, for the first time for a galaxy at such an extreme distance, the team has used Hubble's Wide Field Camera 3(WFC3) to precisely measure the distance to GN-z11 spectroscopically by splitting the light into its component colours.
Conjugated dienes have a broad absorption band with a maximum at 234 nm, which can be monitored spectroscopically.
1] are carefully investigated, since the occurrence of a hydrogen bonding interaction involving carbonyl groups would produce a spectroscopically detectable absorption wave number changes on carbonyl stretching modes, in particular, lowering the absorption frequencies [37-40].
1] belong to [gamma]-phase, the [beta] and [gamma]-phase look alike each other structurally and spectroscopically due to the existence of TTT in the chain conformation in both [gamma] and [beta]-phases giving rise to some common vibrational bands such as at 841 and 510 [cm.
A spectroscopically pure solution of each analyte in 1% nitric acid was treated as sample on each standard addition plot.

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