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SPECTROSCOPIC METROLOGIES

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<title> SUMMARY </title>Instrumental techniques such as spectroscopy have usually been treated in a fragmentary manner by histories focussing on individual scientific disciplines. This paper investigates how this specialisation and incorporation of spectroscopy within disciplines took place, taking spectroscopy itself as a focus and examining how it was appropriated by different fields. The spectroscopic metrologies elaborated in astrophysics and chemistry are examined and compared, which are revealing of the values and instrumental practices of each field.

Affiliations: 1: Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Berlin

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2016-09-28

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