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(ka'ren-kŏv),
(Cherenkov) Pavel A., 20th-century Russian physicist and Nobel laureate. See: Cerenkov radiation.
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The system detects Cerenkov Luminescence, a faint light produced by PET imaging agents widely used in cancer diagnosis.
Spatial resolution multimodal imaging, Cerenkov Bioluminescence Imaging and real time storage multimodal imaging system collectively contribute to the significance of small animal imaging (in-vivo) systems in the drug development and translational research.
Cerenkov radiation A bluish light that is emitted when charged particles travel through a medium at a speed that exceeds the speed of light in that medium.
Cerenkov luminescence imaging (CLI) is a ground-breaking imaging modality that can provide real-time molecular imaging during surgery
With the advent of new projects, such as the KAT, MeerKAT and SKA, as well as possible SA participation in the Large Cerenkov Array project, interest and professional involvement in astronomy has greatly increased, there is every reason to expect that Astronomy will aspire to the highest international academic standards.
Given that aerogels are also mechanically fragile, their use has been limited to niche applications such as thermal insulation for the Mars Rovers, as collectors of space and comet dust and as Cerenkov detectors.
Like the Auger water tanks, the detector searches for what's known as Cerenkov radiation--the spark of light produced by particles interacting with water (or ice).
There are imitation caves full of real yellowcake uranium and a life-size mock-up of the new reactor's core, complete with hundreds of aluminum rods and the cobalt glow of Cerenkov radiation.
The coach revealed Anatoly Korobochka and Angel Cerenkov made the changes at the break, but he didn't reveal if either or both had been in contact with Romanov.
This promising coach's position is impossible, having to answer to two men, Anatoly Korobochka and Angel Cerenkov, unable to speak the same language.