microwave spectroscopy

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the use of spectroscopy to study atomic or molecular resonances in the microwave spectrum

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NBS began a sustained research program in microwave spectroscopy in 1954 as a part of a major thrust in the fields of thermodynamics and thermophysics.
This study demonstrates the feasibility of applying microwave spectroscopy to fiendishly difficult-to-handle anti-atoms," said co-author Walter Hardy from the University of British Columbia (UBC).
I keep in mind mainly pure rotational spectroscopy of molecules such as microwave spectroscopy as an experimental tool of the present study, because it is straightforward and yet amenable to various types of spectroscopic experiments such as double resonance quite easily.
Microwave spectroscopy will revolutionize industrial control, and microwaves will be used in thermonuclear power generation.
Looking at experimental structures: electron, neutron, X-ray diffraction, and microwave spectroscopy as well as computational structures: ab initio, semi-empirical molecular orbital, and molecular mechanics calculations
Kopcsay, "Coherent Broadband Microwave Spectroscopy using Picosecond Optoelectronic Antennas," Appl.
The concept for the invention, based on Stamm's expertise in microwave frequency identification, will use microwave spectroscopy (a spin-off technology used in NASA's late Apollo space program) to identify malignant cells and, in turn, may make it possible for widespread economic screening of all livestock, dead or alive.
Prem Swarup received his DPhil degree in microwave spectroscopy from Allahabad University, Allahabad, India in 1954.
The company is also globally commercializing its WaveSpec(TM) instrumentation -- based on its novel label-free microwave spectroscopy, MCS -- in collaboration with its partner MDS Sciex.
David's unique biotech and major pharmaceutical experience, coupled with his computational chemistry background, bring us the applications savvy to better direct the development of our novel microwave spectroscopy technology for protein and cell-based drug discovery.
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