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These Spectroscopic Measurements Allow Scientists

X-Ray Spectroscopy is a type of spectroscopy that uses radiation, usually x-rays, to analyze the structure and properties of matter.

These spectroscopic measurements allow scientists to obtain detailed information about the chemical elements and compounds present in a sample. X-Ray spectroscopy is often used to study the structure and behavior of materials inside and outside of the body.
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