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A great visual walkthrough of how spectroscopy is used to find out what the atmospheres of other planets are made of. This spectroscopy is the same process that's used to test the quality of beer.
Overview site about spectroscopy featuring how it's used to detect what planets are made of, how to make your own spectroscope using a CD and how to detect the distance to stars.
Curiosity rovers uses a laser to blast a rock and look at the light given off to analyse what the rock is made of, a technique called spectroscopy.
Basic outline of the two techniques with links to instruments.
Auger Electron Spectroscopy is a popular technique for determining the composition of the top few layers of a surface.
Read how spectroscopy is used to determine what makes up the atmosphere of planets
A site all about beer and the physics behind it from the brewing process, testing flavours with spectroscopy and how bubbles scatter light
Kai M. Siegbahn (1918 - ) received the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1981 for his contribution to the development of high-resolution electron spectroscopy.
A great resource with games, worksheets about how light is used to explore the solar system from measuring atmospheres and soils to designing your own planet. Covering many topics such as ...
For his discovery of the method of coincidence and the discoveries subsequently made by it, which laid the foundations of nuclear spectroscopy, Bothe was awarded, jointly with Max Born, the Nobel ...
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