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  • n. Plural form of spectroscopy.

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  • Investigation of the beta-cyclodextrin-indole inclusion complex by absorption and fluorescence spectroscopies.

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  • Arthur L. Schawlow were distinguished in 1981 for their work on precision laser spectroscopies of atoms and molecules.

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  • After obtaining his Ph.D. degree from the Politecnico di Milano in 1987, Lamberto Du worked as a postdoc at the Surface Science Centre of the University of Liverpool, United Kingdom, on electron spectroscopies of metal alloys (1988-1990).

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  • Professor Du worked on electron spectroscopies of highly correlated electron systems, spin resolved electron spectroscopies of magnetic systems with low dimensionality, and scanning near-field optical microscopy of magnetic nanostructures.

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  • The über Tuner ™ series of lasers will serve our customers working in the fields of stand-off detection, near-field microscopy, and hyperspectral imaging, as well as more traditional liquid - and solid-state spectroscopies.

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  • The work will be conducted in a multidisciplinary environment which includes facilities for ultrafast electronic and vibrational spectroscopies to support the optical control of photolysis and reaction initiation in macromolecular crystals.

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  • You will also be able to apply surface and bulk spectroscopies to characterise solids, and acquire and interpret reaction kinetics from heterogeneously catalysed reactions.

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  • The whole range of the electromagnetic spectrum can be employed from x-ray absorption to NMR spectroscopies.

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  • Specific research areas will include one or more of the following: imaging motion and interactions of fluorescent molecules in live cells, probing protein-DNA interactions at the single-molecule level, developing sub-diffraction-limited optical microscopies, and / or adapting time-resolved spectroscopies to investigate spatially heterogeneous samples.

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  • Plasmons are also associated with large local electric fields at metal surfaces, which can be very useful for certain kinds of spectroscopies and things like optical trapping.

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