reflection angle

reflection angle

[ri′flek·shən ‚aŋ·gəl]
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1) X-ray source along with the corresponding X-ray optics must be measured against the sample positionable in the range of angle of incidence of 20 A to 120 A, and the detector together with appropriate optics must be measured against the sample positionable in the reflection angle range -40 A to +170 A;
pl/en) has licensed Paradigm's Common Reflection Angle Migration (CRAM) technology for use at their Depth Imaging Processing Centre in Poland.
Moreover, the slope of the stress-strain curves increases with decrease of reflection angle.
Initial trials concerned the investigation of the reflection angle by placing a cylinder of heat sensitive paper around the beam--wire interaction point coaxial with the incoming laser beam.
2]are 20 and 150 nm, respectively, at 45[degrees] incident angle and 45[degrees] reflection angle in Fig.
New mica-based Lumina special effect pigments feature increased chromaticity at the reflection angle, as well as higher color purity and clarity.
Over the past several years, inventor Jeff Hawkins from the United Kingdom has put together the requisite components to develop software that allows for the accurate determination of the location, striking angle, reflection angle and trajectory of a ball in motion.
These mice-based effect pigments feature increased chromaticity at the reflection angle, and higher color purity and clarity than traditional interference colors.
The pigments are mica-based with an interference effect and high chromaticity at the reflection angle, as well as color purity and clarity, according to executives.
Lumina colors are mica-based effect pigments that are said to feature increased chromaticity at the reflection angle, as well as higher color purity and clarity than traditional interference colors.
If present, antigens--the infectious agents--bind to the antibodies, and the properties of the test strip surface are altered, resulting in changes in reflection angle and intensity.
The ray-based "Common Reflection Angle Migration (CRAM)" generates accurate angle-dependent reflectivity gathers in depth, ideally suited for exploration areas that can benefit from seismic characterization (e.