Subject: How can one measure the molecular vibrations of a body?
Date: Thu Sep 20 21:28:24 2001
Posted by Gabriel
Grade level: grad (science)
School: No school entered.
City: Para de Minas State/Province: No state entered.
Area of science: Physics
How can one measure the molecular vibrations of a body?
Is it using the electromagnetic radiation?If this is the way,how would one
measure the frequency of electromagnetic waves,how would measure something so
fast in a terahertz or more?Molecular vibrations are in terahertz,aren't these
molecules(it's so fast) supposed to produce so much heat,that the matter would
Re: How can one measure the molecular vibrations of a body?
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