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spectroscopy

 [spek-tros´kah-pe]
examination by means of a spectroscope.
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spec·tros·co·py

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

(spek-tros'kŏ-pē)
Observation and study of spectra of absorbed or emitted light by means of a spectroscope.
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453) It is clear that for the first time he presumed the complexity of atomic spectra, i.e., satellites of major spectral lines, to be due to the finite size of the positively charged center of the atom.
Sommerfeld's investigation of atomic spectra led him to suggest that elliptical orbits replace the circular orbits of the B0hr atom.
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.
[26] National Institute of Standards and Technology, Atomic Spectra Database, NIST, Gaithersburg, MD, USA, 1997, https://www.nist.gov/pml/atomic-spectra-database.

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