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by Vendy |
February 08, 2018 11:39 |
i want to know what are the what are the possible sources through which i can get more spectrometer information
Near the top of this page is a tag labelled "spectrometer". Tap on that to start.
Once you are in that spectrometer info, you will see a link " the new spectrometry page", highlighted in blue. Tap on that. It will give information more related to analysis by spectrometer ( industrially, you will sometimes hear this called uv/vis or vis). Reading this should keep you busy for a while. Good luck.
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