the practice of separating a signal by frequency (or sometimes energy or momentum) and analyzing the resulting spectrum.

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What's the difference between microscopy and spectroscopy?

Both methods collect particles or electromagnetic waves, and in both methods it's possible to reconstruct a 2D image, which may represent morphology (AFM, LEED for example), electronic structure (STM, ...
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What's the difference between “spectromicroscopy” and “microspectroscopy”?

Both definitions that I found are rather vague. (Related question: What's the difference between microscopy and spectroscopy?)
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Moisture measurement through PVC using spectroscopy

Is it possible to measure moisture content in a blister through a PVC layer? The distance that the laser will have to travel will be around 3-3.5 mm. The thickness of PVC layer is 100 micron. I was ...
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Help Interpreting Ultraviolet Photoelectron Spectroscopy (UPS) data

I was given a batch of UPS data without any background other than the materials examined and I don't have any experiencing interpreting it. I wanted to reach out to some experts (hopefully, someone ...
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Is there any application for an advanced spectrometer in geometrical optics experiments?

We have an advanced spectrometer in our geometrical optics lab! I'm seeking for any experiment in geometrical optics to include it!
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Hydrogen spectrum intensity using a monochromator

Using a monochromator (350->800 nm) and a hydrogen gas lamp, I find this spectrum : We can see 3->2, 4->2, 5->2 transitions from Balmer series, but not 6->2 (which we should expect at 410 nm). As ...
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Reason behind formation of doublets in diffraction spectrum

like if you see is Sodium (and also in Mercury), there are two discrete lines of Yellow color.. What's the reason behind formation of doublets?
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Why is the color of fire is yellow or blue sometimes? [duplicate]

If you light up any thing it burns in yellow and as well when you light up a gas stove it burns in blue color. What brings this color change?
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What methods are there to obtain flourescence?

Blackbody radiation is fairly easy to obtain. However, Atomic Emission spectrum based on fluorescence requires more work and provides more information. Traditional methods use a flame or plasma to ...
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Spectroscopic notation for more than one excited electron

In spectroscopy, notation like $^3S_1$ or similar is often used to define atomic states. This is unambiguous when considering only a single electron excited from the outermost energy level. But how ...
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Doppler effect for the electrons emitted from ions moving at a particular velocity

If I have ions moving in X axis (along both directions; positive X axis and negative X axis) and if I irradiate laser along the positive X axis, electron will be ejected from the ions (if I am using a ...
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Appearance of the recomposition of a given spectrum? [duplicate]

Given a visible spectrum, i.e. a function from the set of visible wavelengths into the set of intensities, I would like to see the color having this spectrum decomposition. Question: How can I do ...
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What is the difference between Linear and Non-Linear Magneto-optical effects?

Principle difference between Linear and Non-Linear Magneto-optical effects and how they affect the property of light passing through a Vapor medium.
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Why photoelectron imaging is a 'complete' measurement?

In many articles and books, it says that photoelectron imaging gives a 'complete' information. What is mean by 'complete' measurement or a 'complete' information? Through photoelectron imaging ...
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Interpretation of decay associated difference spetrum

We measured transient absorption spectra and we got $\Delta A(\lambda,t)=A(\lambda,t)-A(\lambda,0)$. If we use DAS (decay associated spectra) for interpretation, we assume that our data have this ...
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Dipole and multipole bound state anions: Do these bound electrons behave exactly like conventional electrons in the molecular orbitals?

Recently, I read about dipole and multipole bound anions. Dipole bound anions are those, if I understood correctly, when an electron is attached electrostatically on a neutral molecule which is polar. ...
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how does different colour wavelength intefere? [duplicate]

Say a red colour with 400nm mixes with blue colour with 700nm, but out of phase by a little. What would be the resultant colour? I would know how to represent the resulting wave mathematically, but ...
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On characteristic X-ray spectra and relative intensity

I am looking at the following image (from http://www.schoolphysics.co.uk/age16-19/Atomic%20physics/X%20rays/text/X_ray_spectra/index.html): and I want to know, of the two curves, which one ...
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Saddle point and transition state of a molecule

During a transition of a molecule from one state to another, it pass through a transition state. This transition state, mathematically speaking, is a saddle point. That means, the second derivative ...
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Doppler broadening: time scale to frequency scale

Consider a cell containing Rubidium and enlight it with a laser. Connect the system with an oscilloscope and give a triangular wave as input (so you can know when the Rubidium is resonant). This is ...
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Spectroscopy: clarification about doppler shift

I've just begun to study spectroscopy, and I need a clarification about the Doppler Effect. Considering this graph: could you explain me how I can see the doppler shift related to the deeper peak ...
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How to measure distances to stars by means of spectroscopic parallaxes?

How to measure distances to stars by means of spectroscopic parallaxes on practice? What is the accuracy of measuring distances using this method compared with distances based on HIPPARCOS ...
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Looking for raw interferogram data / raw FID data from FT-IR / FT-NIR / FT-NMR

I'm trying to get my hands on some raw interferogram data / raw FID data from an FT-IR / FT-NIR / FT-NMR so I can run some tests using FFT with it (it needs to be real data). Here's a picture below of ...
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Does every wavenumber of IR result in a different kind of vibration?

Does every wavenumber of IR result in a different kind of vibration? If that is true, what if a molecule absorb 2 different wavenumbers (which cause different rocking and symmetrical stretching for ...
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Diffraction Grating Spectrometry Question [closed]

Yes, this is a homework question, but I've already failed to solve it enough times that the online system hosting it isn't going to give me any marks, so I figure it's a good time to stop hitting the ...
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Possible to download SAANI/other freeware for gamma peak analysis? [closed]

I would like to know whether its possible to download the open soure software called "SAANI" which is described here http://library.sinap.ac.cn/db/hedianwencui201102/%E5%85%A8%E6%96%87/41100117.pdf ...
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What is electron momentum density in solids and molecules?

Can someone kindly help me to know how can i get electron momentum density for one orbital like home? what is the theory of electron momentum density? how can I derive electron momentum density from ...
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Spectral radiance unit conversion [closed]

I have spectral radiance data in SRUs (spectral radiance units), as a function of wavelength: $$a = \mu W cm^{-2} sr^{-1} nm^{-1} $$ However, I am working with software which requires my data in the ...