Chemical Sciences: A Manual for CSIR-UGC National Eligibility Test for Lectureship and JRF/Spectroscopy

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Atomic spectroscopy

  1. Atomic spectroscopy

Emission spectroscopy

  1. Atomic emission spectrum
  2. Atomic spectral line
  3. Balmer series
  4. Broad Iron K line
  5. Emission spectrum
  6. Equivalent width
  7. Fraunhofer lines
  8. Isotopic shift
  9. Isomeric shift
  10. Gaussian broadening
  11. Hydrogen line
  12. Hydrogen spectral series
  13. Inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectroscopy
  14. Lyc photon
  15. Lyman series
  16. Microturbulence
  17. Rydberg constant
  18. Rydberg–Ritz combination principle
  19. Spectral line

Fluorescence

  1. 4Pi Microscope
  2. Advanced Microscopy Group
  3. Anisotropy
  4. Chemical imaging
  5. DiI
  6. EDANS
  7. Excitation wavelength
  8. FLEX mission
  9. Fluorescence
  10. Fluorescence correlation spectroscopy
  11. Fluorescence cross-correlation spectroscopy
  12. Fluorescence loss in photobleaching
  13. Fluorescence microscope
  14. Fluorescence recovery after photobleaching
  15. Fluorescence recovery after photobleaching
  16. Fluorogenic
  17. Förster resonance energy transfer
  18. Förster resonance energy transfer
  19. Kautsky effect
  20. Molecular beacon
  21. Optode
  22. Photobleaching
  23. Quenching (fluorescence)
  24. Resonance fluorescence
  25. Simulated fluorescence process algorithm
  26. Stokes shift
  27. Supercritical angle fluorescence microscopy
  28. Vertico SMI

Fluorescence spectroscopy

  1. Fluorescence spectroscopy

Gamma spectroscopy

  1. Gamma spectroscopy

Infrared spectroscopy

  1. Infrared spectroscopy
  2. Global warming potential
  3. Infrared spectroscopy correlation table
  4. Thermal infrared spectroscopy
  5. Two-dimensional infrared spectroscopy
  6. Vibrational circular dichroism
  7. Near-infrared spectroscopy
  8. Eckart conditions
  9. FG method
  10. Fermi resonance
  11. Lennard-Jones potential
  12. Transition dipole moment

Raman spectroscopy

  1. Raman spectroscopy
  2. Resonance Raman spectroscopy
  3. Coherent anti-Stokes Raman spectroscopy

Nuclear magnetic resonance

  1. Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy
  2. Aromatic ring current
  3. Athinoula A. Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging
  4. Bloch equations
  5. Carbohydrate NMR
  6. Carbon-13 NMR
  7. Carbon-13 NMR satellite
  8. Chemical shift
  9. CIDNP
  10. Collaborative Computing Project for NMR
  11. Correlation spectroscopy
  12. Deuterium NMR
  13. Earth's field NMR
  14. Electric field NMR
  15. Ernst angle
  16. Exclusive correlation spectroscopy
  17. Fluorine-19 NMR
  18. Free induction decay
  19. Gradient enhanced NMR spectroscopy
  20. Heteronuclear single quantum coherence
  21. HNCA experiment
  22. HNCOCA experiment
  23. In vivo magnetic resonance spectroscopy
  24. Insensitive nuclei enhanced by polarization transfer
  25. J-coupling
  26. Jesús Jiménez Barbero
  27. Karplus equation
  28. Kurt Wüthrich
  29. Low field NMR
  30. Magic angle
  31. Magic angle spinning
  32. Magnetic dipole–dipole interaction
  33. Magnetic resonance force microscopy
  34. Magnetic resonance imaging
  35. Magnetometer
  36. Motional narrowing
  37. NMR database method
  38. NMR spectra database
  39. NMR spectroscopy
  40. NMR spectroscopy of stereoisomers
  41. Nuclear magnetic resonance
  42. Nuclear magnetic resonance decoupling
  43. Nuclear magnetic resonance in porous media
  44. Nuclear orientation
  45. Nuclear Overhauser effect
  46. Nuclear quadrupole resonance
  47. Pake doublet
  48. Phosphorus-31 NMR
  49. Protein nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy
  50. Proton Enhanced Nuclear Induction Spectroscopy
  51. Proton NMR
  52. Pulse sequence
  53. Pulsed field gradient
  54. Relaxation (NMR)
  55. Relaxometry
  56. Residual chemical shift anisotropy
  57. Residual dipolar coupling
  58. Robinson oscillator
  59. Sequential walking
  60. Solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance
  61. Spin chemistry
  62. Spin echo
  63. Topicity
  64. Transverse relaxation optimized spectroscopy
  65. Zero field NMR
  66. Nuclear quadrupole resonance

Deuterated solvent

  1. Deuterated acetone
  2. Deuterated benzene
  3. Deuterated chloroform
  4. Deuterated DMSO
  5. Deuterated DMF
  6. Deuterated ethanol
  7. Deuterated methanol
  8. Deuterated THF
  9. Deuterated dichloromethane
  10. Trimethylsilyl propionate

Electron spin resonance

  1. Electron paramagnetic resonance or Electron spin resonance
  2. Ferromagnetic resonance
  3. Spin labels
  4. Site-directed spin labeling
  5. Spin trapping

Rotational spectroscopy

  1. Rotational spectroscopy

Vibrational spectroscopy

  1. Vibrational spectroscopy

Ultraviolet-visible spectroscopy

  1. Electromagnetic radiation
  2. Spectrophotometry
  3. Ultraviolet-visible spectroscopy
  4. Beer–Lambert law
  5. Blue shift
  6. Redshift

Mößbauer spectroscopy

  1. Mössbauer spectroscopy
  2. Isomeric shift

X-ray spectroscopy

  1. X-ray
  2. X-ray crystallography
  3. X-ray nanoprobe
  4. X-ray Raman scattering
  5. X-ray absorption spectroscopy
  6. X-ray filter
  7. X-ray fluorescence
  8. X-ray image intensifier
  9. X-ray microscope
  10. X-ray reflectivity
  11. X-ray scattering techniques
  12. X-ray spectroscopy
  13. X-ray standing waves
  14. X-ray spectroscopy
  15. X-ray magnetic circular dichroism
  16. X-ray absorption spectroscopy

Mass spectrometry

  1. Accelerator mass spectrometry
  2. Adiabatic ionization
  3. Alpha cleavage
  4. Ambient ionization
  5. American Society for Mass Spectrometry
  6. Anode ray
  7. Appearance energy
  8. Aspirating IMS
  9. Berkeley Geochronology Center
  10. Binding energy
  11. Bottom-up proteomics
  12. Bradbury-Nielsen shutter
  13. Calutron
  14. Canadian Penning Trap Mass Spectrometer
  15. Capillary electrophoresis-mass spectrometry
  16. Charge remote fragmentation
  17. Chemical ionization
  18. Collision reaction cell
  19. Collisional excitation
  20. Consolidated Engineering Corporation
  21. Daly detector
  22. Delayed extraction
  23. Desorption atmospheric pressure photoionization
  24. Desorption electrospray ionization
  25. Direct-EI LC-MS interface
  26. Distonic ion
  27. Einzel lens
  28. Electrical mobility
  29. Electron ionization
  30. Electron multiplier
  31. Faraday cup
  32. Flowing afterglow mass spectrometry
  33. Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance
  34. Gas chromatography-mass spectrometry
  35. Gas phase ion chemistry
  36. Helium mass spectrometer
  37. High-field asymmetric waveform ion mobility spectrometry
  38. History of mass spectrometry
  39. Hybrid mass spectrometer
  40. Hydrogen-deuterium exchange
  41. ISOLTRAP
  42. iTRAQ
  43. In-gel digestion
  44. Inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry
  45. International Mass Spectrometry Foundation
  46. Ion optics
  47. Ion attachment mass spectrometry
  48. Ion mobility spectrometry
  49. Ion mobility spectrometry-mass spectrometry
  50. Ionization
  51. Isotope ratio mass spectrometry
  52. Isotopic labeling
  53. Kendrick mass
  54. Kratos MS 50
  55. Label-free quantification
  56. Liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry
  57. List of mass spectrometry acronyms
  58. MALDI imaging
  59. Mass (mass spectrometry)
  60. Mass spectrometry
  61. Mass chromatogram
  62. Mass spectrometry imaging
  63. Mass spectrum
  64. Mass spectrum analysis
  65. Mass-analyzed ion kinetic energy spectrometry
  66. Mass-to-charge ratio
  67. MassWiz
  68. McLafferty rearrangement
  69. Membrane introduction mass spectrometry
  70. Microchannel plate detector
  71. Monoisotopic mass
  72. Nitrogen rule
  73. Nominal mass
  74. On-Line Isotope Mass Separator
  75. OpenMS
  76. The OpenMS Proteomics Pipeline
  77. Penning trap
  78. Peptide mass fingerprinting
  79. Peptide sequence tag
  80. Plasma desorption mass spectrometry
  81. Probe electrospray ionization
  82. Prolate trochoidal mass spectrometer
  83. Protein mass spectrometry
  84. Protomap (proteomics)
  85. Proton transfer reaction mass spectrometry
  86. Pyrolysis gas chromatography mass spectrometry
  87. Quantitative proteomics
  88. RFQ Beam Coolers
  89. Radical ion
  90. Reflectron
  91. Resolution (mass spectrometry)
  92. SILAC
  93. SIRCAMS
  94. Sample preparation (mass spectrometry)
  95. Secondary ion mass spectrometry
  96. Sector instrument
  97. Selected ion flow tube mass spectrometry
  98. Sensitive high resolution ion microprobe
  99. Shotgun proteomics
  100. Space charge
  101. Spectral Database for Organic Compounds
  102. Static secondary ion mass spectrometry
  103. Tandem mass spectrometry
  104. Tandem mass tags
  105. Taylor cone
  106. Thomson (unit)
  107. Time-of-flight
  108. Top-down proteomics
  109. Triple quadrupole mass spectrometer
  110. Unimolecular ion decomposition
  111. Velocity selector
  112. W
  113. Whole number rule
  114. Wien filter

Photothermal spectroscopy

  1. Photothermal spectroscopy
  2. Photothermal microspectroscopy
  3. Photoelectric effect

Molecular vibration

  1. Jacobi coordinates
  2. Molecular vibration
  3. Rovibronic coupling
  4. Triatomic molecule
  5. Vibrational transition
  6. Vibronic coupling

Other

  1. Laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy
  2. Resonance enhanced multiphoton ionization
  3. Terahertz spectroscopy
  4. Doppler spectroscopy