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polarimetry

 [po″lah-rim´ĕ-tre]
measurement of the rotation of plane polarized light.

po·lar·im·e·try

(pō'lăr-im'ĕ-trē),
Measurement by polarimeter.

polarimetry

/po·la·rim·e·try/ (po″lah-rim´ĕ-tre) measurement of the rotation of plane polarized light.

polarimetry

measurement of the rotation of plane polarized light.
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The third step would include two satellites - Hot Universe Baryon Survey and Space Cosmic Microwave Background Polarimetry Telescope.
The polarimetry measurement delivered a D-isomer content of about 3.
Cathering jui-ling Liu et al, evaluated the diagnostic sensitivity of Scanning Laser Polarimetry in primary angle closure glaucoma as compared with that in primary open angle glaucoma and to compare the Retinal Nerve Fibre Layer distribution between PACG and POAG.
Calibration, validation and polarimetry in 2D aperture synthesis: Application to MIRAS," Ph.
Dollfus obtained definitive polarimetry evidence for dust clouds above the surface of the Moon, albeit in Langrenus crater and not Aristarchus.
The authors have employed an UWB direct detection radar of the type outlined in Figure 8 to realise stand-off range, ~ 35 metres, remote sensing for concealed explosives and weapons by making use of the interference techniques discussed in the in conjunction with polarimetry [14].
Rudant, "Classification of tropical vegetation using multifrequency partial SAR polarimetry," IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters, Vol.
For polarimetry, we expect the limiting to be ~15 mag with ?
The study involved directly measuring glucose noninvasively using optical polarimetry.
The X-ray Advanced Concepts Testbed (XACT): This is a sounding rocket mission which will be a proving ground for technology which will open new fields of X-ray astrophysics: X-ray polarimetry.