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X-Ray Spectroscopy X-Ray Spectroscopy Is A Type

X-Ray SpectroscopyX-Ray Spectroscopy is a type of spectroscopy that uses X-rays to identify the elements and molecules in a substance.

X-rays are high-energy photons that are directed at the sample. They are then scattered and absorbed by the atoms in the sample.

This causes the X-rays to be scattered in different directions.

The different directions that the X-rays are scattered gives scientists information about the elements and molecules in the sample.
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