spectrography


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spec·trog·ra·phy

(spek-trog'ră-fē),
The procedure of photographing or tracing a spectrum.
[spectro- + G. graphō, to write]
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The plan calls for the completion of approximately 50 drill holes totaling at least 12,000 feet of reverse circulation drilling, close-spaced aero-magnetic/gamma ray spectrography and metallurgical testing.
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