spectrometer

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spectro- +‎ -meter

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spectrometer (plural spectrometers)

  1. (analytical chemistry) An optical instrument for measuring the absorption of light by chemical substances; typically it will plot a graph of absorption versus wavelength or frequency, and the patterns produced are used to identify the substances present, and their internal structure.

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EtymologyEdit

spectro- +‎ meter

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  • Hyphenation: spec‧tro‧me‧ter

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spectrometer m (plural spectrometers, diminutive spectrometertje n)

  1. spectrometer

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