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Infrared radiation drying reduced water activities to 0.72, 0.65 and 0.52.
The infrared radiation affects the flow of calcium ions in and out of mitochondria - something shown by the companion study in neonatal rat heart cells.
The Sniper handheld infrared radiation pyrometer has been designed to provide non-contact temperature measurements for high temperature measuring applications.
The physicists used experimental LEDs that they had designed to emit infrared radiation when illuminated by an infrared laser.
The Sniper handheld infrared radiation pyrometer is said to provide non-contact temperature measurements for high temperature measuring applications.
Ian Butler at McGill's Department of Chemistry used the new technique, which is based on Alexander Graham Bell's 1880 discovery that showed solids could emit sounds when exposed to sunlight, infrared radiation or ultraviolet radiation, to analyze typical inorganic pigments that most artists use.
That is, from any angle it reflects the infrared radiation directly back to the prototype's cameras.
The company's infrared radiation thermometer is said to be ideal for OEMs and process engineers faced with the problem of measuring temperatures in locations where space is at a premium.
Vipers, pythons and boas have holes on their faces called pit organs, which contain a membrane that can detect infrared radiation from warm bodies up to one metre away.
The Spitzer Space Telescope, which orbits Earth, detected the infrared radiation. Although Spitzer lacks the resolution to create an image of the disk, the pattern of light that the telescope recorded provides the first clear evidence of a disk around an exploded star, says codiscoverer Deepto Chakrabarty of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
The temperature is generated only through gas heating or infrared radiation. The profile runs over smooth-running metal rollers, which are sometimes driven.

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