Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The art of using the spectrograph.

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Examples

  • It seemed impervious to all the drilling and laser mass spectrography.

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  • The infrared spectrography would help identify if and what type of accelerant (gasoline, for example) was used.

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  • Masterman also has her own web site, MarySpectra, that has a nice introduction to spectroscopy, as well as information about her spectrography projects and enough information so that you can build your own spectrograph.

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  • Masterman also has her own web site, MarySpectra, that has a nice introduction to spectroscopy, as well as information about her spectrography projects and enough information so that you can build your own spectrograph.

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  • Using the latest in spectrography, the team will shoot the equivalent of five frames per second during the height of totality.

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  • The copy, shown above, has been sent to Waikato University my alma mater, whoo! for some mass spectrography, with the results to be announced in Feb. Groovy.

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  • I can tell you that I did expose them to what we call voice spectrography, which basically maps out the frequencies of a person ` s voice as they vary over time.

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  • There are all kinds of spectrography, spectroanalysis kinds of machines, things like that that are available, but the money has got to be funded.

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  • This surface—the narrower face of the oblong—appears to be not so heavily armored as some of the others, to judge by spectrography.

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  • “The spectrography matches exactly, Captain,” Data said.

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