One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Almost immediately, spectroscopists were identifying chemical elements in the stars (including, in the case of helium, an element that had not yet been found on Earth).’
- ‘By looking at the light from distant stars, astronomers and spectroscopists are able to detect the line spectra associated with small molecules and compounds.’
- ‘Quasar spectroscopists around the world were hot on the trail and rapidly produced their own measurements.’
- ‘Its mysterious behavior forced spectroscopists to retune their models of stellar structure, allowing for fusion in places much closer to the stars' surface.’
- ‘Nor has normal coordinate analysis featured much in my work of the past twenty years, since I'm not some sort of theoretical spectroscopist.’
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