light absorption

light absorption

[′līt əb‚sorp·shən]
(optics)
The process in which energy of light radiation is transferred to a medium through which it is passing.
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The PPG sensor measures changes in blood volume by illuminating tissue and measuring changes in light absorption, which can determine your heart rate.
The research team says the new cell can increase the plasmonic antenna effect, which improves the cells light absorption ability and, as a result, its conversion efficiency.
In contrast, a detailed representation of the mixing state is required to model aerosol light absorption, even for populations that are fully mixed with respect to their hygroscopic properties.
The addition of a 1 N HCl stopping solution turns the blue color to yellow, which was then recorded using light absorption at a wavelength of 450 nm (ELISA Lab system reader, Finland).
It depends on the light absorption changes of the arterial blood, while the absorption of the skin, muscle, bones and venous blood remain unchanged.
Therefore, we conducted qualitative measurements of the vapor volume fraction by using a light absorption and scattering (LAS) approach that resembles the laser absorption and scattering technique used by Nishida and co-workers [14, 15, 16].
When you use light to probe a material's electronic structure, you're usually looking for light absorption or reflection or scattering to see what's happening in the material.
The fast speeds are possible because less than 2 nanoseconds lapse between the blue light absorption and the green light emission.
Mohammad Ali Ansari et al [20] has provided a volume fraction of blood tissue by light absorption using boundary element method (BEM) with a suitable procession and accuracy.
But now a new technique enhances light absorption by 90 per cent.
Methylene blue interferes with the lightemitting diode (LED) on the pulse oximetry probe that measures light absorption by blood hemoglobin.
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