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With Philips' new LivingShapes, Philips takes OLED technology for consumer and retail applications to the next level with an interactive mirror that uses Infrared (should Infared be capitalized?
Tenders are invited for Thermo-Hunter Computerized Compatible Digital Non Contact Laser Infared Termo-Meter As Per Annexure
NDC Infared Engineering has appointed Don Smith as vice president of operations to its Irwindale, CA manufacturing facility.
Also, FTIR (Fourier Transform Infared Spectroscopy) studies showed the styrene reaction continuing after the vinyl-ester reaction had reached a plateau [1].
In a recent position paper, the National Lymphedema Network (NLN) recommended all breast cancer patients receive pre- and post-treatment measurements on both arms, and consistent measurements throughout their treatment, and that practitioners use bioimpedance spectroscopy (BIS) or infared perometry as opposed to a tape measure.
Some of NASA's achievements under Goldin's leadership include the first repairs while in orbit to the Hubble Space Telescope and the development of the Spitzer Infared Telescope.
A waterproof infared remote control (sold separately) for use with the PENTAX Optio W90 and other infrared compatible Optio models will be available at the same time for $29.
Customers ordering the Tree and Vine Grading product will receive AgroWatch high-resolution information layers mapping Green Vegetation Index (GVI), Green Vegetation Sharpened (GVS), Color Infared (CIR), Black and White Orchard Map (PAN), and Vegetation Hue (HUE).
Such materials are widely used in solar-cell arrays, lasers, infared detectors and other devices.