Absorption

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Absorption - Logic
... Absorption (logic), one of the rules of inference. ...
Surface Extended X-ray Absorption Fine Structure - Experimental Setup - Signal To Noise Ratio
... governing the signal to noise ratio is where μA is the absorption coefficient In is the nonradiative contribution in electron counts/sec Ib is the background contribution in ...
Multiphoton Lithography
... Instead, two-photon absorption is utilized to induce a dramatic change in the solubility of the resist for appropriate developers ... This method relies on a multi-photon absorption process in a material that is transparent at the wavelength of the laser used for creating the pattern ... Since two-photon absorption is a third-order, non-linear process several orders of magnitude weaker than linear absorption, very high light intensities ...
Methiocarb - Absorption
... For absorption through the skin the NOAEL is set to 150 mg/kg per day for rabbits, based on the reduction of food consumption ...
Laser Absorption Spectrometry
... Laser absorption spectrometry (LAS) refers to techniques that use lasers to assess the concentration or amount of a species in gas phase by absorption spectrometry (AS) ... Laser absorption spectrometry has become the foremost used technique for quantitative assessments of atoms and molecules in gas phase ... The most common technique is tunable diode laser absorption spectroscopy (TDLAS) which has become commercialized and is used for a variety of ...

Famous quotes containing the word absorption:

    The symbolic view of things is a consequence of long absorption in images. Is sign language the real language of Paradise?
    Hugo Ball (1886–1927)

    The great social adventure of America is no longer the conquest of the wilderness but the absorption of fifty different peoples.
    Walter Lippmann (1889–1974)

    These philosophers dwell on the inevitability and unchangeableness of laws, on the power of temperament and constitution, the three goon, or qualities, and the circumstances, or birth and affinity. The end is an immense consolation; eternal absorption in Brahma.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)