International Journal of Experimental Spectroscopic Techniques

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EISSN : 2631-505X
Published by: VIBGYOR ePress (10.35840)
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Sharma Sweta, Awasthi Aishwary, Tripathi Aradhana, Baran Chhavi, Jaiswal Aarti, Uttam Rahul, Bharti Abhi Sarika, Singh Renu, Uttam K. N.
International Journal of Experimental Spectroscopic Techniques, Volume 5; https://doi.org/10.35840/2631-505x/8527

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The study explores the potential of direct current arc optical emission spectroscopy for the assessment of nutrients present in the gram seed. For this, emission spectrum of the powder of the gram seeds has been recorded in the spectral region 300-900 nm excited by direct current source at a resolution of 0.3 nm.
Yousfi Houssyen
International Journal of Experimental Spectroscopic Techniques, Volume 5; https://doi.org/10.35840/2631-505x/8526

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Understanding plasma chemistry in methane by measuring kinetic and thermodynamic features of the ionic, atomic, and molecular emission in laser ablation plume is crucial especially for thin film synthesis of hydrogenated carbon. We report the emission spectroscopy of carbon plasma produced by ultraviolet nanosecond laser in a methane atmosphere. Atomic and molecular emitting species including C
Protopopov V
International Journal of Experimental Spectroscopic Techniques, Volume 5; https://doi.org/10.35840/2631-505x/8524

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A prototype of an imaging Fourier spectrometer, with corner-cube reflectors in the Michelson interferometer, is developed for visible and near-infrared domains. The use of corner-cube reflectors enables stability of operation, while imaging capability makes wide field of view and, consequently, increases input optical signal. In imaging mode of operation, optical signal is recorded by high-speed camera, enabling spectral measurements in each pixel of the image. Imaging spectral reflectometry is experimentally demonstrated. In high-frequency applications, optical signal is recorded by a photo-multiplying tube. Selectivity of spectra modulated at 100 kHz on the background of non-modulated light is experimentally demonstrated.
Fatima Elbashir Siddig, Abdalla Ahmed Elbashir, Verena Lepper
International Journal of Experimental Spectroscopic Techniques, Volume 4, pp 1-17; https://doi.org/10.35840/2631-505x/8523

Olga Monago-Maraña, Arsenio Muñoz De La Peña, Maha Al-Tameemi, Teresa Galeano-Díaz, Andrés D Campiglia
International Journal of Experimental Spectroscopic Techniques, Volume 3, pp 1-11; https://doi.org/10.35840/2631-505x/8522

Lifang Liu, Zhiou Ma, Leilei Xie, Xiaolu Wang, Wenming Wang,
International Journal of Experimental Spectroscopic Techniques, Volume 3, pp 1-6; https://doi.org/10.35840/2631-505x/8521

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