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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The wavelengths of the electronic spectrum for LiDAR technology typically lie in the visible, ultraviolet and infrared range.
CTI was "present at the creation" of the membrane revolution in interface technology and has been in the forefront of the development of vital innovative and imaginative ideas for designers across the electronic spectrum.
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.
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Staying true to this mission, we have created a new marketplace to enable open spectrum and tower/space trading and believe market participants will immediately want to capitalize on the benefits of the industry's first electronic spectrum and tower/space trading platform.
Ultimately, Gilder argues, the Federal Communications Commission and state telephone regulators will lose their justification, since their raison d'etre is that the electronic spectrum is scarce and therefore needs the firm hand of government to ration the finite airwaves and oversee such "natural monopolies" as the local cable-television franchise and the local telephone company.
The sequence of peaks seen at these voltages reflects the quantum dot's electronic spectrum, Ashoori says.
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forces have complete dominance of the electronic spectrum, providing a comprehensive capability to disrupt and disable enemy communications and radars.
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forces have dominance of the electronic spectrum, providing a comprehensive capability.
The sequence of peaks observed at particular voltages reflects the dot's electronic spectrum.

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