spectral characteristic

spectral characteristic

[′spek·trəl ‚kar·ik·tə′ris·tik]
(optics)
The relation between wavelength and some other variable, such as between wavelength and emitted radiant power of a luminescent screen per unit wavelength interval.
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When comparing the spectral characteristic charts before and after the rehabilitation treatment and those of the control (healthy person) groups, a pronounced decrease in the activity of ergotropic and humoral-metabolic mechanisms of HR regulation (VLF from 55 to 38%), a decrease in the activity of the sympathetic centers of the macromyelon (LF from 39 to 30%), and an increase in the activity of the parasympathetic centers of the macromyelon (HF from 6 to 32%) are observed, which indicate the predominance of the total score of parasympathetic (cardioinhibitory) and sympathetic (cardiac stimulant) centers of the macromyelon over the central mechanisms of HR regulation.
alpha]]-is the spectral characteristic of the braking force; i = [square root of -1].
Thus, we conclude that the RRM spectral characteristic and their corresponding wavelengths of electromagnetic energy can be used to modulate the protein activity, hence giving rise to an innovative efficient methodology to program, predict, design and modify proteins and their bioactivity.
RED])-The spectral characteristic of the red edge midpoint was the narrow band located at the mean reflectance of the waveband region from RED to NIR.
For special sun simulator applications not covered by the standard, Optics Balzers is in a position to design and manufacture innovative filters meeting entirely different customer-specific spectral characteristic requirements.
Although some methods (vegetation index methods, continuum removal methods and spectral characteristic parameters methods, etc.
Neutronics Benchmark of CEFR Start-Up Tests will include evaluation of the criticality, control rod worth, reactivity effects, and neutron spectral characteristics.
It has continuous spectra like a laboratory quality spectra collected by a spectroradiometer which is used to understand the spectral characteristics of a substance.
Based on the spectral characteristics of disease, the sensitive bands of disease identification are screened to build the indices to assess the diseases level.
Dynamic spectrum variations are achieved by implementing control signals defined to more closely emulate daylight's spectral characteristics.
Composition and amount of soil organic matter have significant influence on soil spectral characteristics.
However, one of the first superflaring solar-type stars identified showed no such abnormal spectral characteristics.

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