electronic spectrum

electronic spectrum

[i‚lek′trän·ik ′spek·trəm]
(spectroscopy)
Spectrum resulting from emission or absorption of electromagnetic radiation during changes in the electron configuration of atoms, ions, or molecules, as opposed to vibrational, rotational, fine-structure, or hyperfine spectra.
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Throughout, there is one common theme: The electronic spectrum through which communications are transmitted has not, in and of itself, physically constrained growth and expansion of telecommunications, although that is a popular justification for federal regulation.
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1, the collaborators determined the electronic structure of their material using Angle-Resolved Photoemission Spectroscopy (ARPES), in which x-rays striking a material surface or interface cause the photoemission of electrons at angles and kinetic energies that can be measured to obtain a detailed electronic spectrum.
The electronic spectrum of tetrahedral Co(II) complexes is reported to have only one absorption band in the visible region due to [sup.
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Here is an opportunity that offers some great benefits to staff sergeants eligible for reclassification to the 25E Electronic Spectrum Manager military occupational specialty.
The electronic spectrum of this complexes is characteristic of pseudo-octahedral NiC(II), with [v.
A 6-MHz band pass filter was used to isolate channels 2, 9 and 78 to perform the carrier-to-noise ratio (CNR) comparative analysis using an electronic spectrum analyzer.
The coverage of the electronic spectrum of frequencies is done in two segments: communications and non communications (radar), which are transmitted to a master control center.
Proposed actions include: current regulation on the electronic spectrum to guarantee the availability of frequencies for broadband wireless services; support for broadband access in less favoured regions; the elimination by Member States of physical or legislative obstacles to the deployment of broadband; greater availability of public service content on the various interactive technology platforms; a switchover to digital television according to proposals to be presented by the Member States by the end of 2003.
The structure and electronic spectrum of binapthol are being investigated to provide quantitative data to test theories relating optical activity to molecular structure.

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