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- adj. Of or pertaining to spectrography or spectrographs
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to a spectrograph or the observations made with it; specifically, relating to the process or results of photography as applied to the study of spectra.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. relating to or employing a spectrograph
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"spectrographic" method were begun by Dr. Vogel and his able assistant,
A peephole made of processed sapphire will allow sensors to take spectrographic readings.
So, after years of looking, I finally scored a bottle of Dogfish Head Chateau Jiahu, yet another Dogfish Head triumph of experimental, molecular, and forensic archaeology and spectrographic analysis.
He supplements the recordings with a diary of observations and gathers detailed pedological, hydrological, meteorological and astronomical data along with spectrographic documentation of magnetic fluctuations using very low frequency radio.
“Well, if the Doctor speaks, I record it and run a spectrographic analysis here,” said Uhura.
And once spectrographic observations of exoplanets become the norm… It doesn't take a genius to figure out that we are on the verge of the next great breakthrough in our understanding of our place in the universe.
A glowing computer monitor displayed a spectrographic analysis of an audio recording.
National Spectrographic Laboratories, Inc., another Cleveland firm, made electrical excitation units for spectrographic analysis.
Will allow Cassini to move along the flow the plume allow hi res images and spectrographic data.
The timeline of the spectrographic data indicate ongoing chemical reactions NASA mentioned this as part of the data to be examined closer.