V band


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V band

[′vē ‚band]
(electromagnetism)
A radio-frequency band of 46.0 to 56.0 gigahertz.
(spectroscopy)
Absorption bands that appear in the ultraviolet part of the spectrum due to color centers produced in potassium bromide by exposure of the crystal at temperature of liquid nitrogen (81 K) to intense penetrating x-rays.