spectral transmission

spectral transmission

[′spek·trəl tranz′mish·ən]
(optics)
The radiant flux which passes through a filter divided by the radiant flux incident upon it, for monochromatic light of a specified wavelength.
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His group also showed some spectral transmission characteristics of couplants [5].
After tuning the extinction ratio of the resonance spectrum by carefully adjusting the coupling region of the ring resonator, we obtained the spectral transmission curve as shown in Figure 3.
This change recognizes the reduction in spectral transmission and pupil diameter in our eyes as we age.
The peak sensitivity associated with these melanopic receptors (peak wavelength at 491 nm after correction for spectral transmission of the lens and cornea of the eye) is close to the peak for scotopic sensitivity [Berman and Clear 2005, 2008].
Measured spectral transmission and reflectance histogram of investigated prints on polypropylene foil printed with UV inks and solvent based inks have been shown in Fig.4.
This low profile characteristic is optimal for use in bundles and supports spectral transmission from 160nm to 2500nm.
This means that Rx tinting, while suitable for fashion tints, has potential problems if a specific spectral transmission for medical or other use is required.
Given the spectral transmission of estuarine and coastal water, coupled with the Chappuis effect, zooplankton that undergo DVM in these regions will likely be adapted to respond maximally to light at 480-520 nm (Forward, 1988).
The detectors can be cooled to improve the noise performance and the stability of the meters, while the filter packages, positioned in front of the detectors, can be heated slightly above room temperature to ensure stable spectral transmission without condensation.

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