Definition of spectrography in English:

spectrography

noun

  • See spectrograph

    • ‘A fortuitous recent result of asteroidal spectrography found that the object under observation was, in fact, a nearly dormant comet.’
    • ‘From closer in, or with the planet eclipsing the sun, he would be able to get a spectrography of the atmosphere.’
    • ‘Before the end of that century, astronomers knew the answer to that question, thanks to spectrography.’
    • ‘Peirce was an acquaintance of Henry Rowland and, like him, conducted research on color spectrography.’

Pronunciation

spectrography

/spɛkˈtrɒɡrəfi/