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visible spectrum

[′viz·ə·bəl ′spek·trəm]
(spectroscopy)
The range of wavelengths of visible radiation.
A display or graph of the intensity of visible radiation emitted or absorbed by a material as a function of wavelength or some related parameter.
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One clear outcome of the analysis is that both spectral irradiance values and their uncertainties provided by NIST at visible wavelengths can be simply interpolated for subsequent measurements and uncertainty estimation, with the interpolated values taken as fully correlated.
063 g/g is independent of visible wavelength in the range of 400-700 nm for all immersion times.
These diodes have an optical output power of 40 mW CW at a visible wavelength of 640 nm, typical operating current of 90 mA, operating voltage of 2.
The near-infrared photoactive polymer absorbs more near-infrared light but is less sensitive to visible light, balancing solar cell performance and transparency in the visible wavelength region.
Photonic Products has announced its lead-free, visible wavelength laser diodes that are rated to 50[degrees]C with high output powers of 40 mW absolute maximum (DL-LS1148) or 25 mW absolute maximum (DL-LS1164), in a 5.
As a practical requirement, these coatings must retain high transparency over the visible wavelength regime and, ideally, not interfere with the operation of electronic devices by, e.
Cannon is a seasoned veteran within the laser industry, most recently serving as Chief Operating Officer of Novalux to lead the company's change in strategic direction from telecom-focused products to frequency-doubled lasers for a variety of visible wavelength laser applications.
Applications such as photonic crystals for visible wavelength biosensors, optical-wavelength metamaterials showing negative refraction both require sub 100-nm resolution.
TEF Labs' proprietary chemistry will allow the development of the first visible wavelength ratiometric calcium indicator for use in High Throughput Screening (HTS) cellular signaling assays.
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Polymer substrates can be transparent or opaque at visible wavelength band.