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spectroscopy

 [spek-tros´kah-pe]
examination by means of a spectroscope.

spec·tros·co·py

(spek-tros'kŏ-pē),
Observation and study of spectra of absorbed or emitted light by means of a spectroscope.

spectroscopy

[spek·tros′kə·pē]
Etymology: L, spectrum, spectrum; Gk, skopein, to examine
the propagation and analysis of spectra; examination by means of a spectroscope.

spec·tros·co·py

(spek-tros'kŏ-pē)
Observation and study of spectra of absorbed or emitted light by means of a spectroscope.

spectroscopy (spek·trôsˑ·k·pē),

n practice of using spectroscopes and spectrometers to obtain qualitative and quantitative information about substances.

spectroscopy

examination by means of a spectroscope.

nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy
technique depending on measurements of specific radiofrequency emissions produced in a strong magnetic field from molecules containing nuclei with magnetic properties, e.g. 31P, the most prevalent isotope of phosphorus.
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This clearly shows that Nagaoka was determined to devote himself to optical spectroscopy in order to analyze the complexity of the atomic spectra, which was later known as fine structures due to the electron spin-orbit coupling and hyperfine structures caused by the nuclear spin and shape.
Atomic spectra in pre-rainbow times would have been different from those in the post-rainbow era.
He was interested in the possibility of using atomic spectra to measure strong gravitational fields.

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