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Spectrum analysis

LC control 85126423
LC classificationQC450 QC467 Physics
QD95 QD96 Analytical chemistry
Topical headingSpectrum analysis
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Variant(s)Analysis, Spectrum
Spectrochemical analysis
See alsosubdivision Spectra under individual chemicals and groups of chemicals, individual materials and types of materials, elementary particles, and celestial bodies, e.g. Copper--Spectra; Metals--Spectra; Protons--Spectra; Stars--Spectra
Analytical chemistry--Qualitative
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Wave-motion, Theory of
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Absorption spectra
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Found inSpectrometry and spectroscopy: what's the difference?, 2020, via ATA Scientific website, viewed Aug. 10, 2020 (Spectroscopy is the study of the absorption and emission of light and other radiation by matter; Spectrometry is the measurement of the interactions between light and matter, and the reactions and measurements of radiation intensity and wavelength. In other words, spectrometry is a method of studying and measuring a specific spectrum, and it's widely used for the spectroscopic analysis of sample materials)
A dictionary of chemistry, 2020 (spectrometer: Any of various instruments for producing a spectrum and measuring the wavelengths, energies, etc., involved. A simple type, for visible radiation, is a spectroscope equipped with a calibrated scale allowing wavelengths to be read off or calculated. ... Instruments for obtaining spectra of particle beams are also called spectrometers; spectroscopy: The study of methods of producing and analysing spectra using spectroscopes, spectrometers, spectrographs, and spectrophotometers), Aug. 10, 2020 (spectrometry: The observation and measurement of wavelengths of light or other electromagnetic radiation; spectroscopy: the science that deals with the use of the spectroscope and with spectrum analysis.)