spectroscope


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Synonyms for spectroscope

an optical instrument for spectrographic analysis

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This frequency shift of the laser light, also known as inelastic optical scattering, is recorded by the Raman spectroscope.
RECORD Barry Geraghty has 25 Festival winners in his career (JLT 2002: Moscow Flyer (Arkle) 2003 (5): Moscow Flyer (Q Mother), Youlneverwalkalone Speciality), Spectroscope (Triumph), Inching Closer (Pertemps), Spirit Leader (County) 2004: Iris's Gift (World) 2005 (2): Moscow Flyer (Q Mother), Kicking King (Gold Cup) 2006 (2): Star De Mohaison (RSA), Sky's The Limit (Coral Cup) 2007: Cork All Star (Bumper) 2008: Finger Onthe Pulse (Pulteney) 2009 (3): Punjabi (Champion), Forpadydeplasterer (Arkle), Zaynar (Triumph)2010 (3): Big Zeb (Queen Mother), Spirit River (Coral Cup), Soldatino (Triumph)2011: BOBS WORTH (Alb.
IMAGING SPECTROSCOPE: the new technology of the IMAGING SPECTROSCOPE recognizes a wider range of colors.
Bring on half term - our house is poised to turn into a lab, with young scientists making glow-in the-dark jelly, a rocket launcher and perhaps even a spectroscope.
With the exception of the telescope, the spectrograph and its predecessor the visual spectroscope have provided more insights into the physical nature of the celestial bodies than any other instrument, proclaims, Hearnshaw (astronomy, U.
Show students how to split light with a spectroscope made from a cardboard tube and a used compact disc with this illuminating experiment from Mary Kay Carson's Exploring the Solar System: A History with 22 Activities (Chicago Review Press, ages 9 and up), available through Independent Publishers Group at 800-888-4741.
The selected awards include a multimodality spectroscope for nanoscale optical imaging the structure of peptides, proteins, and viruses in their native environment; remote nondestructive testing and measurement of power systems for isolating and diagnosing failures in the power grid; and laser instrumentation for attosecond experimentation to probe the fast electron dynamics in electronic devices.
The program also teaches students about how light intensity propels a spacecraft, as well as how to use a spectroscope to examine the visible colors that make up light.
The five-year-old certainly acts around Cheltenham,as he proved when a fair fourth to Spectroscope in the Triumph Hurdle last year.
Joanne Banks, representing Wadham, said the victory in the Cantor Sport Freephone 08000 938111 Maiden Hurdle was no surprise, adding: "He beat the Triumph Hurdle winner Spectroscope last year twice, and now he has got his confidence back on this better ground,"
However, Spectroscope - beaten only a head at Aintree - has also been entered.
If that is the case then he will enjoy this switch back to hurdles and if he reproduces the form of his win over Spectroscope at Aintree he will go very close.
Sporazene is a promising individual having landed a Grade One hurdle at the Punchestown Festival, beating Spectroscope by two lengths.
Lucy Wadham's four-year-old took the eye last season when second to both Bal de Nuit (with Spectroscope fourth) and Bareme in high-class company at Kempton, before being off the track for nine months.
Meanwhile, Spectroscope, a possible contender for top hurdling honours this season, is set to run at Chepstow on Saturday to contest the pounds 18,000 skybetvegas.
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