multidimensional spectroscopy

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A type of spectroscopy used to study complex systems and large molecules such as proteins, for which traditional spectroscopy does not give clear results. The basic technique is to excite all possible resonances in the system and analyse the radiation produced using Fourier analysis. Originally used with NMR, versions of multidimensional spectroscopy have been developed for optical and infrared regions of the spectrum.

Subjects: Physics.

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