The science of spectroscopy is the study of the interaction of radiated energy and matter. This includes the viewing light as it passes through a prism.
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A compendium of basic ideas, notation, data and formulas from the NIST Physics laboratory.
The Facility for Optical Characterisation and Spectroscopy in Dublin.
Ioannes Marcus Marci Spectroscopic Society
Listing sections, links and officials based in Prague, Czech Republic.
Raman Spectroscopy Group
Laboratoire de Physique de l'État Condense, Université du Maine, Le Mans, France. Information on members, research, instruments and events.
Society for Applied Spectroscopy
Non-profit organization dedicated to the dissemination of information related to spectroscopy. Provides details of membership, news, courses and the journal.
Southwest Sciences Home Page
Performs contract research emphasizing spectroscopic detection of trace gases for applications in combustion, atmospheric science, and industrial monitoring.
Spectroscopy and remote sensing tools for researchers. Simulate molecular gas spectra, infrared radiance and atmospheric transmittance.
Applications of MS and spectral imaging at all wavelengths, each with features, news, job and related ads. Includes registration for member pages maintained by Wiley, UK.
Broad information regarding the study of spectroscopy and its uses.
XPS, AES, UPS and ESCA
Database for surface spectroscopies as XPS, AES and UPS.
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