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With its precise ability to measure infrared light, Webb should be able to use spectroscopy to determine the chemical composition of the plumes.
Scientists have come up with a new way to test the viability of human sperm by using a technique called magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS).
The bride’s father is a senior geophysicist at the Carnegie Institution of Washington, specializing in spectroscopy.
Many astronomers rely on spectroscopy, a technique that involves measuring the light across the entire spectrum of electromagnetic radiation.
The device itself includes the technology, which records the skin lesion and runs a machine-learning algorithm that was developed using a trove of spectroscopy data on lesions.
The researchers took blood samples from all the volunteers and analyzed the samples with infrared spectroscopy.
Much of his research involved spectroscopy, or measuring the frequency at which materials respond to radio, light and other types of waves.
Years of radar and spectroscopy observations from Cassini have pinpointed large hydrocarbon oceans around the poles and measured an active weather cycle of evaporation and rain.
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