molecular spectroscopy

molecular spectroscopy

[mə′lek·yə·lər spek′träs·kə·pē]
(spectroscopy)
The production, measurement, and interpretation of molecular spectra.
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By product type, the spectroscopy equipment and supplies market is segmented into molecular spectroscopy equipment, atomic spectroscopy equipment, mass spectroscopy equipment, molecular spectroscopy supplies, atomic spectroscopy supplies and mass spectroscopy supplies.
Raman spectroscopy is a light-based molecular spectroscopy technique that reveals chemical bonds and molecular structure.
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Nanoplasmonics is also the topic of volume four, particularly plasmonic nanoantennas for enhancing molecular spectroscopy signals, controlling nanoscale optoelectronics, and interfacing the exchange of quantum states of light.
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- The molecular spectroscopy market is witnessing a switch from single molecular to macromolecular spectroscopy, driving strong growth, according to a new study from market research firm SandlerResearch.
The contest is not for the faint hearted, the Royal Society says: "Each competition aims to provide some tasks which are relatively familiar to the students, such as titrations, and others which are likely to be unfamiliar, such as chromatographic separations or atomic and molecular spectroscopy."
Molecular spectroscopy techniques, such as UV/Vis, infrared and NMR, account for more than a third of a $10 billion market.

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