optical analysis

optical analysis

[′äp·tə·kəl ə′nal·ə·səs]
(optics)
Study of properties of a substance or medium, such as its chemical composition or the size of particles suspended in it, through observation of effects on transmitted light, such as scattering, absorption, refraction, and polarization.
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CPI's healthcare photonics team used optical analysis techniques to help LightOx develop its fluorescent probes.
The absence of solder (an open joint) or a lifted lead in the QFP may well be detected optically, but as the difference between a good and bad joint becomes subtler, successful optical analysis, especially when using only a top-down view, may be compromised.
A specially developed optical analysis system reconstructs the color and surface features of the historical artifacts.
His substantial introduction discusses Della Porta's life and work, the genesis of De Refractione, its textual sources and his difficulties tracking them down, his method of translation, Della Porta's optical analysis and account of refraction, and the historical significance of his account of light and sight within the broader context of natural philosophy as it evolved during the late 16th and early 17th centuries.
There are some devices and techniques used by some of the world's top laboratories, including optical analysis by microscope, and spectroscopy in ultraviolet rays visible near infrared rays.
There are some devices and techniques used by some of the world's top laboratories, including optical analysis by microscope, spectroscopy in ultraviolet rays visible near infrared rays.'
The algorithm of the authentication application utilises optical analysis technology.
Those golfers looking to improve their game, this state-of-the-art simulator accurately tracks ball flight characteristics & provides optical analysis of the club swing!!!
These instruments disturb the visual field, just as a fleck in the eye obstructs clear optical analysis. Suspended, they suggest nothing so much as Marcel Duchamp's early readymade In Advance of the Broken Arm, 1915.
The defocus due to three components can be obtained according to the camera's optical analysis and simulation results, but the aerial camera in actual use is quite complex.
The absence of autofluorescence in the elastic biomass is a further advantage and is important for optical analysis techniques.
Basically, an optical analysis of photonic material normally involves lenses, amplifiers, monochromators and spectrometers [22].

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