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Entry: Techniques and instrumentation

URI: http://registry.it.csiro.au/def/keyword/nature/subjects/techniques-and-instrumentation

Techniques and instrumentation refers to the development of methods and tools to be used in applied physics, materials science or nanotechnology for design, synthesis, manufacturing, imaging or analytics.

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submitted bySimon Cox

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date submitted 10 Aug 2015 10:20:22.220
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description Techniques and instrumentation refers to the development of methods and tools to be used in applied physics, materials science or nanotechnology for design, synthesis, manufacturing, imaging or analytics.
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label Techniques and instrumentation
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name Simon Cox

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broader Physics | Nanoscience and technology | Materials science
close match Instrumentation
description Techniques and instrumentation refers to the development of methods and tools to be used in applied physics, materials science or nanotechnology for design, synthesis, manufacturing, imaging or analytics.
has root Physical sciences
id techniques-and-instrumentation
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is defined by http://ns.nature.com/subjects/
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label Techniques and instrumentation
narrower Design, synthesis and processing | Microscopy | NMR spectroscopy | Imaging techniques | Optical spectroscopy | Characterization and analytical techniques | Mass spectrometry | Surface patterning
see also Instrumentation
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type Concept | Subject
webpage techniques and instrumentation