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Synonyms for infrared

the infrared region of the electromagnetic spectrum

electromagnetic radiation with wavelengths longer than visible light but shorter than radio waves

having or employing wavelengths longer than light but shorter than radio waves

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provides application-specific resource systems for contractors of infrared thermographic services.
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As the leader in infrared connectivity solutions, we recognize the opportunity for growth in IrFM applications worldwide, particularly in Japan, where many unique services are offered," said Kee Hane Ngoh, vice president and general manager of Agilent's Infrared Product Division.
Two dozen of the most important commercial polymers and their infrared spectra are discussed.
The market for infrared technologies continues to grow as more handheld devices, such as mobile handsets, PDAs and industrial handheld terminals, require a variety of wireless connectivity options.
Several trends are expected to help grow the military infrared imaging market over the next five years:
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A qualitative infrared roof moisture survey can identify and document moisture problems before the roof fails.
Also resin dryer and mold-temperature control heaters; and metal sheath, ceramic, flat-panel and quartz-tube infrared heaters for radiant process heating.
Reporting in the February Nature Materials, Ted Sargent of the University of Toronto and his colleagues describe a new polymer material that absorbs infrared thanks to semiconducting nanoparticles called quantum dots (SN: 2/15/03,p.
Photoacoustical Fourier transform infrared (PA-FTIR) spectroscopy and proton induced x-ray emission (PIXE) spectrometry are used to characterize tread lugs sectioned from two worn off-the-road tires from similar service which displayed significantly different performance in that chipping/chunking was visible in one tire brand.
Available exclusively at Lowe's just in time for the holidays, the new Char-Broil TEC Series features next-generation, glass-top infrared burners from the pioneer of infrared cooking, Thermal Engineering Corporation.
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