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SPECTROSCOPY OR SPECTROSCOPIES?

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One of the most intriguing questions posed to the participants of the Munich workshop was: Were the techniques similar enough from one field to another so as to facilitate communication between different groups? Or did they conversely vary so much that one cannot speak of a single community of spectroscopists? This paper discusses why - in my opinion

- spectroscopy never made the transition to a separate discipline. It remained instead an albeit well-known and broadly applied research technology (Terry Shinn) - or should we rather say, a bundle of research technologies? Correspondingly, spectroscopic visuality was differentiated into more than a dozen spectro-scopic domains.

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2002-01-01
2016-12-04

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