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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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The applications addressed in the book include, among others, a LADAR guidance system using prism pairs, aplanatic prism spectrography, a reflecting wedge prism for an optical reader, and inversion prisms for range finders.
In this work, the articulation of consonants m, n, n, n, l, l', and r in three distinctive quantities (Q1, Q2, Q3) was studied using static roentgenography, lateral cinefluorography, traditional and direct palatography and filming of lip articulations synchronized with sound spectrography and oscillography.
As with uses of spectrography equipment, instrument suppliers are developing titrators specifically for wineries that eliminate much of the calibration and education required for general purpose units.
Pesticides were analyzed by gas chromatography/mass spectrography as described previously (Whyatt et al.
Measurement of these ratios by scanning electron microscopy-energy dispersive X-ray spectrometry was incorporated into a scheme with refractive index, density, and emission spectrography.
The solution is evaporated on mirror and analysis was carried out by IR reflective spectrography and calculated by calibration curve.
The advantage of adaptive optics," says Rutten, "is that you can also use it for spectrography and polarimetry," which is exactly what the Swedish team plans to do.
Norrish K, Chappell BW (1967) X-Ray fluorescence spectrography.
Several other documents were attached to the ROI, including the following: a 5 November 1999 letter de-certifying a technician who had performed part of the testing on both of the appellant's urine samples, a 19 November 1999 letter denying that same technician access to the Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrography Laboratory area, and a 29 November 1999 letter restricting his access to the investigations room.
Fines from 9 samples of evidence were placed on 44 different SEM sample stubs for examination via Energy Dispersive Spectrography (EDS).