Spectroscopist

Definitions

  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n Spectroscopist One who investigates by means of a spectroscope; one skilled in the use of the spectroscope.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n spectroscopist One who uses the spectroscope; one skilled in spectroscopy.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • ns Spectroscopist one skilled in spectroscopy
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Etymology

Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
L.,—specĕre, to see.

Usage

In literature:

Skillful spectroscopists succeeded in detecting and delineating the lines that were peculiar to each substance.
"Notable Events of the Nineteenth Century" by Various
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In science:

Two obvious communities in nonperturbative QCD are the effective lagrangian / chiral symmetry specialists (to whom the pion is the most interesting meson) and the hadron spectroscopists (to whom it is not).
MESON2000 Conference Summary
The coexistence of such diverse states of material within small volumes (1033 –1036 cm3 ) leaves X-ray spectroscopists with a challenging set of problems, since all such matter produces various X-ray spectral signatures when exposed to hard X rays.
X-ray Spectroscopy of Accretion Disks and Stellar Winds in X-Ray Binaries
It is found that Ci can usually be neglected for the photoionized plasmas of interest to X-ray spectroscopists.
X-ray Spectroscopy of Accretion Disks and Stellar Winds in X-Ray Binaries
Perhaps the most startling aspect of damped Lyα research for stellar spectroscopists is that the path from ionic column density measurements to elemental abundances is trivial.
Chemical Abundances in the Damped Lya Systems
Some spectroscopists assume that the motivation for thus setting e = 0 is a preference for simplicity; others believe that this decision is based only on statistical arguments.
Spectroscopic binaries with elliptical orbits
This led to the development of line lists in close cooperation with laboratory spectroscopists.
Atomic Data for X-ray Astrophysics
The book that multiple generations of spectroscopists learned from either directly or indirectly.
Electrodynamics of correlated electron systems
Silacyclopropynylidene, SiC2 , somewhat better known as silicon dicarbide, is a fascinating molecule for spectroscopists, structural and quantum chemists as well as astronomers.
Spectroscopic parameters for silacyclopropynylidene, SiC2, from extensive astronomical observations toward CW Leo (IRC +10216) with the Herschel satellite
It is based in part on a review article entitled “Molecular astronomy of cool stars and sub-stellar ob jects” aimed at physical chemists and laboratory spectroscopists (Bernath 2009).
Division Xii/commission 14/WORKING Group on Molecular Data
Campbell, one of the great stellar spectroscopists of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, designed Lick Observatory’s Mills spectrograph in conjunction with its manufacturer, the John A.
V.M. Slipher and the Development of the Nebular Spectrograph
Much of the recent progress in increasing the efficiency and resolution of Ge detectors has come from nuclear spectroscopists and from double beta decay experimentalists – groups that are now collaborating on plans for nextgeneration double beta decay experiments.
Reference Design Project Book: NUSEL-Homestake
This is analogous to the same phenomenon in the quarkonium spectrum, that leads spectroscopists to hypothesize scalar con finement.
Non quark-antiquark light meson spectroscopy
This work could provide guidance to gamma-ray spectroscopists, in particular, to those that need to understand the responses of their instruments for energies where convenient gamma-ray sources are absent.
From a single encapsulated detector to the spectrometer for INTEGRAL satellite: predicting the peak-to-total ratio at high gamma-energies
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