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    Blood Glucose Test Starch and Iodine Sugar and Teeth
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    Fe-only Hydrogenase Horseradish Peroxidase
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    Raman spectroscopy is a chemical instrumentation technique that exploits molecular vibrations.
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    Effects of Solvent, Leaving Group, and Nucleophile on Unimolecular Substitution
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    Acid and Base Indicators pH Indicators Acid Rain Acid Rain Transport Acid Snow Electricity Generation Sources of Nitrogen Oxides Sources of Sulfur Oxides
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    Electronic Spectroscopy: Theory Electronic Spectroscopy: Application Electronic Spectroscopy: Interpretation Fluorescence Phosphorescence Jablonski diagram Jablonski Diagram: Shockwave Chemiluminescence Franck-Condon Principle Molecular Term Symbols The atomic spectrum Atomic Term Symbols
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    Photoelectron spectroscopy involves the measurement of kinetic energy of photoelectrons to determine the bonding energy,intensity and angular distributions of these electrons and use the information obtained to examine the electronic structure of molecules. Photoelectron Spectroscopy: Application Photoelectron Spectroscopy: Theory
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    X-ray Spectroscopy is a broadly used method to investigate atomic local structure as well as electronic states. Very generally, an X-ray strikes an atom and excites a core electron that can either be promoted to an unoccupied level, or ejected from the atom; both of these processes will create a core hole. XAS: Theory XANES: Application XANES: Theory EXAFS: Theory
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