spectrography


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spectrography

[spek′träg·rə·fē]
(spectroscopy)
The use of photography to record the electromagnetic spectrum displayed in a spectroscope.
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Gas chromatographic mass spectrography of urine showed 19-nor-androsterone, 19-nor-etiocholanolone, and nor-epiandrosterone (metabolites of nandrolone), as well as 3-idrossi-stanozolol and 3-idrossi-17-epistanozolol (metabolites of the anabolic steroid stanozolol) in both subjects.
By arc spectrography, the fragments were determined to be of a high-purity magnesium.
A first sight, a LIMS might seem of little interest to most mining or exploration companies, but when one considers that a mine or exploration project may be submitting samples for assay to several different laboratories, in-house or out-of-house, worldwide, for different analyses (atomic absorption spectrography, chemical analyses, fire assays, chromotography, etc.
1] moisture, with near-infrared reflectance spectrography (Technicon InfraAlyzer 300, Technicon Instruments Corp.
They asserted that NASA would simply reorder the telescope's fifteen-year scientific mission, focusing on spectrography and astrometry in Hubble's first two or three years of operation.
Since then his ``day job'' has been in spectrography.
That goes for biochemists, people doing spectrography, magnetic resonance imaging.
Sykert, Director of Marketing Technical Service: Analytical chemistry, environmental testing, physical testing, emission, spectrography, nuclear magnetic spectrometry
OTCQB:TRER), a heavy rare earths exploration, development and mining company, today announced that the close-spaced aero-magnetic/gamma ray spectrography study contracted to Aeroquest Airborne begins today at Round Top Mountain near Sierra Blanca, Texas.