photoelectricity


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photoelectricity

(fō″tō-ē-lĕk-trĭ′sĭ-tē) [″ + elektron, amber]
Electricity formed by the action of light.
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PENTAX Medical, a division of HOYA Group has established a joint venture with Shanghai Aohua Photoelectricity Endoscope Co Ltd, a medical device company, it was reported yesterday.
In the tandem assembly design in this experiment, the entire conversion process from incident sunlight to photoelectricity takes place under positive illumination.
To solve the later problem, the easiest way is to directly find the brightest pixel coordinates in the photoelectricity. However, informed by the preceding formula, pX value thus obtained is an integer, the calculated q will have a relatively large jump.
In 1905, Albert Einstein at the age of twenty-six formulated single-handedly, among others, the Theory of Special Relativity together with his other seminal papers on photoelectricity, Brownian motions of atoms and molecular dimensions.
(6.) --, 'Photoelectricity in Silicon Nanocrystal,' Source: http://www/tifac.org.in/offer/tsw/japnano.htm#photo.