interferometry


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in·ter·fer·o·me·try

(in'tĕr-fĕr-om'ĕ-trē),
Measurement of minute distances or movements by interaction of waves of electromagnetic energy.
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Helmerson, who works in NIST'S Advanced Measurement Laboratory, uses atom interferometry to measure more esoteric properties of Bose-Einstein condensates.
In the 1960s and early 1970s the technique of intensity interferometry sidestepped many of these problems, and its success (S&T: August 1964, page 64) brought renewed attempts to overcome the difficulties Michelson had encountered.
The research of local heat transfer in heat exchangers by holographic interferometry was also elaborated by Fehle at al.
Landslip zones monitored in Italy by means of satellite interferometry include Salerno near Naples (Arturi et al.
based in Rochester, New York and with operations also in Japan, Europe and Australia, is the pioneer and exclusive provider of Magneto-Rheological Finishing (MRF(R)) and Subaperture Stitching Interferometry (SSI(R)) technologies for the precision optics industry.
benefits are to conduct studies of radar interferometry on the entire network of the Grand Paris Express to define the history of surface movements, identify stable areas and areas subject to vertical movement areas and conduct studies interferometric monitoring during study phases, work and post-work.
There is no need of the costly process of establishing all the material constants and, similarly to the laser interferometry method, there is neither no need to produce a complete set of measured samples.
The result is a neutron interferometry facility with exceptional phase stability (0.
free label, mikrofluidikfreies benchtop biolayer detection system on the basis of interferometry,
Interferometry is based on the following principle: the same area on the ground is viewed from slightly different positions.
Perfect crystal interferometry affords precise determination of the coherent scattering length [1-2] of samples.
NASA's Space Interferometry Mission, scheduled for launch in 2010, should measure the mass of hundreds more.