spectrograph


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Synonyms for spectrograph

a spectroscope by which spectra can be photographed

a photographic record of a spectrum

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CHESS is equipped with what's known as a spectrograph, which can parse out just how much of any given wavelength of light is present.
Tau Bootis b does not transit in front of its parent star from our viewpoint on Earth, but Lockwood and colleagues were able to tease out the weak light emitted by the planet using the Near Infrared Echelle Spectrograph (NIRSPEC) at the Keck Observatory in Hawaii.
3) For several years now they have been developing spectrographs suitable for amateur use.
The spectrograph will capture the metals and segregate them," he explains.
7 m grazing-incidence spectrograph to record the first high-resolution spectrum of [Xe.
The macula was illuminated with a low-power argon laser spot for less than a second and measured backscattered light using a Raman spectrograph to determine macular levels of lutein and zeaxanthin with high sensitivity specifically.
Ideal for demanding color applications, a built-in spectrograph detects even the smallest color deviations.
This latest imaging system has the newest imaging spectrograph and halogen and fluorescent lamps, all packaged in one unit that sits above a motorized positioning table where product is placed.
The company has modified its existing RP-1 point-and-shoot, high-resolution imaging spectrograph with a probe that uses a sampling technique called "distributed focusing.
Frank Twyman and Adam Hilger produced the world's first commercial spectrograph in 1900 (Fig.
Also of particular interest was Multichannel Instruments' eschelle 900 spectrograph, which can simultaneously record from ultraviolent to near infrared.
To detect the wobble, Marcy relied on a spectrograph, an instrument that records the spectrum, colors that make up the white light that the star emits.
The new instruments, a spectrograph with two-dimensional detectors and a near-infrared camera, are expected to be 30 to 40 times more efficient and powerful than the old ones, so astronomers can peer back into the universe practically to the beginning of time.
Freidhoff is the co-inventor of the mass spectrograph on a chip, including MEMS based-pumps with piezoelectric actuators.
The Near-Infared Spectrograph (NIRSpec) will be the first multi-object spectrograph to fly in space.