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The purified resin was subjected to Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) spectroscopic analysis to monitor the formation or disappearance of various functional groups using a Perkin-Elmer (Model 843) infrared spectrophotometer in the wavelength range of 5004000 [cm.
The world may have traded its fanciful notions of Martians peering back at us for the reality of photos and spectroscopic analysis, but the images of a desolate and alien landscape being beamed home remind us science has the power to inspire as well as instruct.
Labs can sort through the additives by using chemical, thermal, or spectroscopic analysis.
The next three chapters discuss studies of biomacromolecular structures in individual examinations of spectroscopic analysis of conformation, chemical synthesis, and computation and modeling.
The UV-3600 UV-Vis-NIR spectrophotometer delivers high resolution spectroscopic analysis, from 185 to 3300 nm, virtually eliminating the low levels of sensitivity normally present in the NIR light range.
Companies like X-Rite in Michigan have also been developing the use of light and spectroscopic analysis in consumer products for measuring the effects of aging on the skin.
Although electron microscopy can image and analyze objects on a much smaller scale, the advantages of using light for both imaging and spectroscopic analysis have driven technology to overcome the diffraction limit for optical microscopy.
The samples are then examined under a transmission electron microscope at 250,000 times magnification; a spectroscopic analysis is also done to determine the elemental composition of the particles.
Other applications include the remote adjustment of samples in vacuum chambers for spectroscopic analysis and the positioning and actuation of components in hostile and high-radiation environments.
But when the team tried the same experiment with argon gas instead of neon, spectroscopic analysis of the product suggested that the argon wasn't so inert.

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