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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of spectroscopists

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of spectroscopists:
/spɛktɹəskowpɪsts/

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  1. the spectroscopists don't like the numbers. This is the chemist
  2. n equals four. The spectroscopists call the ground state k shell,
  3. spectroscopists would call lowercase s. And, under these circumstances,
  4. three that would be m shell by the spectroscopists' notation.
  5. that the spectroscopists use in place of the l number.
  6. And then, typically what spectroscopists do is they
  7. notation that's used that spectroscopists came up with,
  8. their own notation. They don't like numbers. The spectroscopists
  9. used letters. But the spectroscopists,
  10. saw that n equals one. So, the spectroscopists said what
  11. And, the spectroscopists use letters. They refuse to use numbers.
  12. This is what we use, but the spectroscopists use letters.
  13. The spectroscopists use letters-- why?
  14. So the spectroscopists said, we're going
  15. And again, the spectroscopists, they're real
  16. And remember, the spectroscopists
  17. By the way, the spectroscopists, they don't
  18. This ends at n equals 2, which the spectroscopists call L.
  19. Remember the spectroscopists there.