Spectrometry is the study of interactions between light and matter, and the reactions and measurements of radiation intensity and wavelength.

Far from being a specialised, unique field, spectroscopy is an integral element of the scientific process within a variety of disciplines. While it provided a theoretical backing to early quantum research ...

Spectrometry is the study of interactions between light and matter, and the reactions and measurements of radiation intensity and wavelength.

Far from being a specialised, unique field, spectroscopy is an integral element of the scientific process within a variety of disciplines. While it provided a theoretical backing to early quantum research in radiation and atomic structure, it also has a staggering number of other applied uses; Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and X-ray machines utilise a form of radio-frequency spectroscopy, we measure the unique makeup and physical properties of distant astral bodies through their spectra and wavelength, and it’s even used to test doping in sports!
Spectrometers – the chief instrument used in spectrometric analysis – are specialised pieces of equipment that measure radiation types and wavelength.

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