spectrogram

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spectrogram

[′spek·trə‚gram]
(spectroscopy)
The record of a spectrum produced by a spectrograph. Also known as measured spectrum.
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The system combines acoustic spectroscopy and electro-acoustics to measure particle size and zeta potential in both oil-in-water and water-in-oil emulsions without the need for dilution.
The new Ultrasizer SV (small volume) uses acoustic spectroscopy technology for particle size measurement in concentrated systems from 10nm to 1,000[micro]m.
This approach, a form of acoustic spectroscopy, has become known as helioseismology.

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