microspectrophotometer

microspectrophotometer

[¦mī·kro¦spek·trə·fə′täm·əd·ər]
(spectroscopy)
A split-beam or double-beam spectrophotometer including a microscope for the localization of the object under study, and capable of carrying out spectral analyses within the dimensions of a single cell.
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