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NIR

(Near InfraRed) See infrared wavelengths.
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NIR can also "continue to cushion the short-term implications of the current political unrest.
They create their own 'code' of the spot color with the same group of HSB values and with planned response in the NIR.
NIR spectroscopy has been shown to be useful for predicting the density of softwoods.
PsyScope also controlled the presentation of event markers on the EDA and NIR recordings simultaneously with the presentation of CS+ and CS- stimuli.
NIR microscopy provides more information than the established technique of 'NIR spectroscopy'.
Multi-spectral NIR spectroscopy may soon offer an online technique that can speed up the process of evaluating four pulp quality indicators.
Though comparing Bergman to his Swedish namesake Ingmar would be unfair to both men, Nir does display some of the master's facility for capturing the human face at its most expressively agonized.
Courageous Progressive pieces like Nir Rosen's ride with the 1st Squadron ensure we don't forget that.
The Alpha NIR camera is delivered as a complete Imaging and analysis system, shipped with a National Instruments PCI-1422 LVDS digital-image acquisition board, a digital-interface cable and an extensive software package.
With NIR spectroscopy, it now becomes possible to assess the influence of the type and amount of filler phase of the composite on conversion and water absorption.
RELATIVES of rail workers killed in Ulster's worst train tragedy were last night furious over a refusal for funds to commemorate the dead by NIR.