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energy spectrum

[′en·ər·jē ‚spek·trəm]
(physics)
Any plot, display, or photographic record of the intensity of some type of radiation as a function of its energy.
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Analysis of the energy spectrum represented by the expression (20), as well as its comparison with rare in the literature scheme of a full energy spectrum of moderated neutrons, presented in [14] and [10], shows that the single physically correct and complete expression describes the energy spectrum of slowing-down neutrons, also already taking into account the temperature of moderating medium.
The construction parameters of the simulated NORM sample were chosen so that the energy spectrum closely matched the general characteristics of the spectra produced by the commercially available NORM samples listed in Table 1 and Table 2.
Because measurements of the neutron detector, which accurately measures the intensity and energy spectra of neutrons, were taken simultaneously with measurements of the soft error measurement system, it was possible to accurately assess the relationship between the neutron energy spectrum and the soft error rate.
This marks a growing trend amongst medical centers; Energy Spectrum has already completed spearheading the installment of five comparable Bronx-based medical facilities within the past three years: Eastchester Rehabilitation & Health Care Center, Fieldston Lodge Care Center, Goldcrest Care Center, Regeis-Rofay Nursing Care Center, and the Montefiore Medical Center which was honored by the Association of Energy Engineers as the nation's "2006 Energy Project of the Year".
In Rutherford backscattering spectrometry (RBS), energetic ions are directed at a sample and the energy spectrum from the backscatter of ions is measured.
Gamma rays are the most energetic of all forms of electromagnetic radiation, but as an object emitting them cools, it radiates waves of lower energy: X-rays, ultraviolet radiation, visible light, infrared rays and, at the lowest range of the energy spectrum, radio.
Scattered x-rays from the tire have an x-ray energy spectrum as shown in figure 3 when MoK[Alpha] is used.
Before that, Lapeyre served as managing director of Energy Spectrum Advisors Inc.
We are proud to deliver a diverse set of energy solutions to the GSA, an organization with requirements that span the full energy spectrum.
21 November 2013 - US midstream oil and gas company Lakewood Midstream LLC and local private equity firm Energy Spectrum Capital said they had purchased oilfield services providers BS&W Solutions LLC, West OK Disposal LLC and West OK Trucking Inc for an undisclosed sum.
Summary: The World Energy Congress represents the entire energy spectrum, with more than 3,000 member organisations located in over 90 countries and drawn from governments, private and state corporations, academia, NGOs and energy-related stakeholders.
Stonehenge is a portfolio company of Energy Spectrum Capital, a private equity firm focused exclusively on the energy industry with over $1 billion in assets under management.

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