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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The algorithm of the authentication application utilises optical analysis technology.
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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
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.
The UltraFlux RT is suited for optical analysis during real-time PCR.
An inverted layout allows researchers to use a multitude of optical analysis equipment, including filter wheels, and makes micromanipulation applications easier.
Some areas investigated include optimization of ormosil glasses for luminescence-based dissolved oxygen sensors, optical analysis of boro-fluoro-phosphate glasses, and splicing and coupling losses in hollow-core photonic crystal glass fibers, in addition to structural and optical analysis of rare earth ions-doped ceramic powders, and the application of materials based on glass-reinforced hydroxyapatite in the treatment of periodontal defects.
RoMack, with some 40 employees, specialises in the field of fibre optic system solutions for industry and science, making products for the aerospace sector, optical analysis, medical devices and industrial lasers.
Portsmouth, similarly, can provide 3D scanning and detailed measurement of components for quality purposes, such as the optical analysis of lithographic tracks on the surface of circuits.
By bringing together rheological measurements with optical analysis, microstructures can be analysed visually to obtain more information about a sample's mechanical properties based on a more detailed analysis, such as the melting or crystallisation behaviour of polymers.

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