excimer


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excimer

[′ek·sə·mər]
(chemistry)
An excited diatomic molecule where both atoms are of the same species and are dissociated in the ground state.
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The combined use of drug-eluting balloon and excimer laser for coronary artery restenosis in-stent treatment: The DERIST study.
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In the light of above discussion, this work has three main objectives: (1) experimental investigation of the use of 248 nm excimer laser for micromachining of optical polymer used in multimode polymer waveguides; (2) ANFIS modelling in prediction of ablation depth from the experimental data; and (3) comparison of ANFIS modelling with the result gained from the experiment.
When 1 [micro]M of [H.sub.2][O.sub.2] was added to the solution, the excimer emission was slightly intensified relative to the monomer emission.
On the other hand, there are no longterm studies that have investigated the results of this surgery using the Allegretto Wave Eye-Q 400-Hz excimer laser platform (Wave-Light AG, Erlangen, Germany).
This calcium deposit can be removed very easily using the excimer laser and is usually done in stages with a sequence of planned treatments.
The recently published papers on LASEK using excimer laser in hyperopes and myopes have shown refractive stability between 6 months and 12 months.
Formation of an exciton intermediate upon excitation, followed by excimer formation, was involved in this dimerization channel.
This study is targeted to the application of tandem probes relying on excimers formation between 2 to 4 pyrene units at the tandem junction for detection of point mutations in DNA target by fluorescence emission and melting curve analysis with detection by excimer fluorescence change.
Achieving a repetition rate of 1050Hz, currently the higA[degrees] hest of any excimer laser in the market, this system dramatically reduces the treatment time, therefore reducing the risk of corneal dehydration and accelerating the regeneration process.
He was previously recognized in 1994 for his work with Resonetics Inc., an excimer laser micromachining company in Nashua that he also founded.
explain how to modify the spectral and temporal characteristics of a laser and compare the different types of semiconductor, solid-state, gas, vibrational, excimer, and ultrafast lasers available commercially.