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Synonyms for reflectance

the fraction of radiant energy that is reflected from a surface

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Strens RGJ, Wood BJ (1979) Diffuse reflectance spectra and optical properties of some iron and titanium oxides and hydroxides.
A small amount of this mixture was transferred to the diffuse reflectance sample cup (diameter 7 mm) and levelled without applying pressure.
Sampling was by diffuse reflectance from the powdered sample surface using an off-axis diffuse reflectance accessory (Harrick DRS-3SO).
Effect of data pretreatment on the non-invasive blood glucose measurement by diffuse reflectance near-IR spectroscopy.
Baldock JA, Hawke B, Sanderman J, MacDonald LM (2013) Predicting contents of carbon and its component fractions in Australian soils from diffuse reflectance mid-infrared spectra.
0--a new era ofthe company, refocused to making a device that will combine diffuse reflectance spectroscopy, polarized light difference imaging (PDI), and maybe even fluorescence, into one digital technology (Fig.
Various grades of barium sulfate were found to satisfy the primary requirement of stability of diffuse reflectance over time under ambient conditions.
The reactivity of cotton cellulose with MSO reagents (having acid values of 156 and 230 mg KOH/g) neutralized with aqueous ammonia, in excess of functional groups, was studied using diffuse reflectance infrared Fourier transform spectroscopy.
com, users can access information on the company's full range of photonics products with application specific technical content on its integrating spheres, light measurement tools, uniform light sources, and diffuse reflectance standards and targets.
110[degrees]]) being the furthest away from the specular angle as a measure of diffuse reflectance.
They want chicken carcass incinerators to be bought and Near Infrared (NIR) Diffuse Reflectance Spectroscopy facilities and laboratories built.
The optical properties of this type of diffuse reflectance measurements were first described by Kubelka and Munk (Kubelka and Munk 1931).
Near infrared diffuse reflectance spectroscopy (NIR-DRS) has been studied extensively for rapid prediction of soil properties.
Sampling interfaces for the Exoscan system now include internal reflectance, grazing angle reflectance, diffuse reflectance and specular reflectance.
In this paper we discuss the use of diffuse reflectance NIR spectroscopy for nondestructive analyses of the degraded biomass of pulp on heat treatment.
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