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  • ...copy'' is now discouraged due to the possibility of confusion with light [[spectroscopy]].<ref name="isbn0-9660813-2-3"/><ref name='Price 1991'>Phil Price, 1991. S ...misarow and A.G. Marshall. 1974. Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance spectroscopy. ''Chemical Physics Letters'' 25(2):282–283.</ref><ref>A.G. Marshall, C.L
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  • ...powerfully moved by the story of Siddhartha’s great renunciation, of his search for truth and of his final enlightenment. This was at a time when I was you ...t could be undertaken. I also gathered from it a variety of problems for research which were later to occupy my attention and keep me busy for many years.</b
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  • In [[Mass spectroscopy|molecular beam experiments]], discrete peaks were observed corresponding to Retrieved October 21, 2008.</ref> One reason for this given by the researchers is that the B-80 is actually more like the original geodesic dome struct
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  • Spectroscopy of oxyhemocyanin shows several salient features: # resonance [[Raman spectroscopy]] shows symmetric binding
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  • ...en, Willem J. 1950. [ The search for white dwarfs.] ''Astronomical Journal.'' 55(1183):86&ndash;89. Retrieve ...ieved November 7, 2008.</ref> and in 2004, Travis Metcalfe and a team of researchers at the [[Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics]] estimated, on the
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  • ... data]] || [[UV/VIS spectroscopy|UV]], [[Infrared spectroscopy|IR]], [[NMR spectroscopy|NMR]], [[Mass spectrometry|MS]] [[Image:Burning hydrate inlay US Office Naval Research.jpg|left|frame|"Burning ice." Methane clathrate consists of methane trapped
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  • ... confirmed by finding several galaxies at a similar [[redshift]]. Infrared searches are more useful for finding more distant (higher redshift) clusters. ...cope]]s. The cluster gas can be studied using both X-ray imaging and X-ray spectroscopy. Clusters are quite prominent in X-ray surveys and along with [[Active gala
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  • Since those earlier times, numerous searches involving various methods have been conducted to find these objects. Some ...nd Ben Zuckerman identified a faint companion to [[GD 165]] in an infrared search of [[white dwarf]]s. The spectrum of GD 165B was very red and enigmatic, sh
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  • ...h century: D. Harper, [ "Physical,"] ''Online Etymology Dictionary'' (2010). Retrieved Jan ...nd J. Welsh, ''Hunger Proof Cities'' (Ottawa: 'International Development Research Centre, 1999). ISBN 0889368821. Retrieved January 23, 2011, which takes glo
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  • | [[UV/VIS spectroscopy|UV]], [[Infrared spectroscopy|IR]], [[Nuclear magnetic resonance|NMR]], [[Mass spectrometry|MS]] ...he major component of [[gastric acid]]. It is routinely used in chemical research laboratories and manufacturing plants. Its applications include the large-s
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  • ...h member of a pair, the other is called its '''companion star'''. Recent research suggests that many stars are part of systems with at least two stars each. ...ed either optically (visual binaries) or by indirect techniques, such as [[spectroscopy]]. If binaries happen to orbit in a plane containing our line of sight, the
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  •"entymonline">[ Outer.] Etymonline. Retrieved January 13, 2009.</ref> <!-- This ci ...]] [[molecule]]s discovered to date by [[rotational spectroscopy|microwave spectroscopy]]. Interplanetary space is defined by the [[solar wind]], a continuous stre
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  • ...organisms and not just simpler, [[microorganism|unicellular]] creatures. Research and theory in this regard is a component of [[planetary science]] and the e ... not unique among [[star]]s in hosting planets and expanded habitability research horizon beyond our own solar system.
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  • ...s reason, the environmental chemistry of technetium is an active area of research. An alternative disposal method, [[transmutation]], has been demonstrated a ===Pre-discovery search===
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  • ...nity. He continued to find support from the U.S. government and military research establishment. He was a co-founder of [[Lawrence Livermore National Laborat ...uclear physics.<ref>People Archive, [ Interview with Edward Teller, part 40.] Retrieved
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  • it is generally believed destroyed, some archaeological expeditions are searching for it. ..., 2008. Retrieved November 8, 2019.</ref> In December 2004, [[Japan]]ese researchers discovered that the wall paintings at Bamyan were actually painted betwe
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  • ...rotein subclass analysis" assay methods, including [[NMR spectroscopy]], research studies have continued to show a stronger correlation between human clinica ...n to be effective nutritional agents to treat high cholesterol in recent research programs. In particular, γ-tocotrienol appears to act on a specific [[enzy
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  • ...tes, no direct evidence of coeval diamond [[mining]] has been found: the researchers came to this conclusion by polishing corundum using various [[lapidary]] ...and in Northern and Western [[Australia]]. Diamond prospectors continue to search the globe for diamond-bearing [[kimberlite]] and [[lamproite]] pipes.
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  • responds efficiently to [[infrared]] light, it is useful for infrared [[spectroscopy|spectroscope]]s and other optical equipment requiring highly sensitive infr | url =
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  • of SO2 by explosive volcanism on Venus," <i>Journal of Geophysical Research</i> 104: 18,899-18,906.</ref> ...sow (1995), "The global resurfacing of Venus," <i>Journal of Geophysical Research</i> 99: 10,899-10,926.</ref> Earth's crust is in continuous motion, but it
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