Doctors using mobile Raman spectroscopes
during an operation could unambiguously say whether the patient has cancer or not simply by comparing the cell sample with the data base, according to Schenke-Layland.
Smallest impurities: Unique detection of smallest impurities due to 4 IMAGING SPECTROSCOPES
(Don't tape or glue it into place until you've tested the spectroscope
Dickinson argued that this is the wrong way to look at it, adding: "Spectroscope
has run poorly this season and has hardly put one foot in front of the other since Aintree."
In Flagstaff, the Lowell Observatory visitor center features interactive exhibits and the spectroscope
used in the discoveries of Pluto and the expanding universe.
replacing the previous practice of metallurgists estimating chemical compositions with a spectroscope
and welder's arc...The austempered microstructure in cast iron is recognized.
's RP-1 spectrograph fitted with the new distributed focusing technology, the company says it hopes to identify the automotive black plastics...
measures the resonant absorption of microwave radiation by paramagnetic ions or molecules, with at least one unpaired electron spin, in the presence of a static magnetic field.
Every element gives off a distinctive visual signal, and the optical device called the spectroscope
(because it breaks apart the light spectrum) allows them to be identified.
A low-budget spectroscope
of thirtysomething angst, "Marta and Surroundings" reps an accomplished, if unexciting, directorial debut with small but solid virtues.
The first item was a large green metal object called a "spectroscope
" that had been manufactured by the prestigious Bausch and Lomb company.
Their chemical analysis relied on a recently developed technique in which researchers deliver a dose of infrared light to a seed and obtain data on its fat composition through a light-sensitive spectroscope
. Other scientists have found that the technique distinguishes between wild and domestic forms of wheat and barley, Wendorf says.