Asked Oct 1, 2019

1. Explain and name the physico-chemical phenomena that can help astrophysicist know the chemical composition of parts of space?


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To study about the chemical compositions present in the outer space, astronomers mainly uses the spectroscopic technics to identify the various chemical components.

the different components have unique behaviour towards the spectrum (absorption or emission) and is analyzed...

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