near infrared


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near in·fra·red

(nēr in'fră-red)
Range of light that is closest to visible light with waves ranging between 700-1500 nm.
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Principles, techniques and limitations of near infrared spectroscopy.
Because of its power and sensitivity in imaging molecular activities in vivo, near infrared fluorescence imaging is playing an increasingly central role in research and drug development today.
The planned Large Binocular Telescope, the Near Infrared Camera and Multi-Object Spectrometer (NICMOS) due for installation on the Hubble Space Telescope in 1997, and the proposed Space Infrared Telescope Facility have the capacity to discover a variety of massive planets, the scientists note.
The camera's proprietary, multi-megapixel fisheye lens was custom-engineered for use in IR filtered and near infrared (NIR)-illuminated environments.
Belton suggests that this produced the second, longer-lasting glow in visible light as well as the extended emission in the near infrared.
AT-GC has developed a self-monitoring closed-loop technology that uses non-invasive and non-destructive near infrared and acousto-optical sensors to regulate the manufacturing process in real-time.
It's one of the warmer sources, Becklin says, being bright in the near infrared.
GeoVantage delivered one meter pixel resolution, multi-spectral orthophotography in both full color and near infrared.
Nova is a neodymium-glass laser with a fundamental wavelength in the near infrared (1.
Optical Coherence Tomography uses harmless, low power near infrared light to create high quality, real-time medical images.
The study first describes limitations in other existing modalities such as near infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) and laser Doppler flowmetry (LDF), two commonly used techniques for non-invasive study of muscle metabolism and blood perfusion, and how QWIP technology can be implemented to overcome some of their limitations such as spatial variability, which makes the data interpretation and comparison difficult.
The keys to this assay are high quality CST antibodies and our IRDye 800CW label, a near infrared fluorescent dye that was specifically developed for cellular applications.

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