reflectance spectra

reflectance spectra

Spectra by means of which remote chemical analyses may be made, based on the reflectance efficiency of a planetary or satellite surface at various wavelengths, particularly near-infrared wavelengths.
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The performance in modelling reflectance spectra largely depends on the calibration success [35].
The reflectance spectra also flatten with the increase in nonsolvent.
The intense peaks produced from specular reflections can completely mask the diffuse reflectance spectra of soil (Nguyen et al.
The values of Commission International del' Eclairage (CIE) 1931 chromatic diagram and reflectance spectra of samples with various cycles were measured using an integrating sphere spectrophotometer (Data Color SF-600 plus, USA) with a light source of D65 according to the 1931 norm of the CIE at 10[degrees] angle of incidence.
The UV-VIS spectroscopic experiments for solid samples were performed by using the diffuse reflectance spectra from samples pressed into pellets.
1) in the reflectance spectra of both the surface samples in the visible (590 to 630) nm and near-infrared (750 to 780) nm bands.
7 shows the UV vis diffuse reflectance spectra of titanate samples.
Relationship of grain protein content and relevant quality traits to canopy reflectance spectra in wheat.
The team has created a non-destructive approach that involves using a reflectance spectroscopy setup to obtain optical reflectance spectra of paper samples in the near-infrared, visible and near-ultraviolet wavelength ranges and centers on identifying and quantifying the concentration of chromophores-the culprit causing the yellowing within paper.
As varying reflectance spectra will differ in how they excite a system of photoreceptors, a numeric value of chromatic contrast between two colors can be calculated.
3 mm tip diameter x 152 mm length) was lowered into the homogenate to a depth of 5-10 mm, and reflectance spectra were recorded using Indico Pro Software version 5.