infrared spectrum


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infrared spectrum

[¦in·frə¦red ¦spek·trəm]
(electromagnetism)
The range of wavelengths of infrared radiation.
A display or graph of the intensity of infrared radiation emitted or absorbed by a material as a function of wavelength or some related parameter.
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This infrared spectrum shows the presence of Cu (II) in this complex.
In these observations, the spectral features we are studying are narrow, and finely dividing the infrared spectrum to detect them is exactly what EXES was designed to do.
Increasing use of the near infrared spectrum dictates that it is covered as well.
They're so dim that they're almost impossible to see with visible light, but in the infrared spectrum they glow.
This is invisible to the naked eye but canbe detected in the infrared spectrum.
While typical Wi-Fi deployments incur 10-20 milliseconds per hop delay, the mesh utilizing unlicensed infrared spectrum incurs just 0.
This grant will provide initial funding that will expand LightPath's existing technology and extend it into the mid- and long-wavelength infrared spectrum.
Most of the glow lies in the infrared spectrum, which the microbes can't absorb, but part of the light reaches the edge of the visible spectrum.
Using Wide Dynamic Technology, the cameras are sensitive to the infrared spectrum.
The infrared spectrum of Compound 1 exhibited strong absorption bands at 1692 [cm.
1] in the infrared spectrum of oxidized samples may be assigned to C=N bonds (stretching vibrations) [40].
By obtaining an infrared spectrum of a reacting foam system with a given temperature profile every 5-10 sec, chemical reaction rates and morphology development are evaluated.

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