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a meter that measures the reflectance of a surface

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Terahertz reflectometry can be used to make sure that the overcoat does not penetrate the layers below.
Spectroscopic reflectometry is used to measure the internal reflectance of thin films, from which the thickness and refractive index can be obtained.
Much of the information yielded by neutron reflectometry cannot be obtained by any other means.
Dasberg S, Hopmans JW (1992) Time domain reflectometry calibration for uniformly and nonuniformly wetted sandy and clayey loam soils.
64) Resonant soft x-ray scattering and reflectometry as a probe of the domain structure and composition of nanoscale phase separated elastomer thin films.
These sensors can take advantage of time domain reflectometry (TDR), in which light signals sent through a fiber-optic cable (set, for example, into the soil of an embankment) with any interruption reflect movement that can be readily located.
Preliminary investigations using neutron reflectometry at PSI and Los Alamos yielded a critical velocity for DLC of about 7 m/s thus comparable to Beryllium.
Acoustic reflectometry was introduced in 1984 as a method of improving the diagnosis of otitis media with effusion (OME), particularly in children.
Researchers have developed a numerical model for simulating the waveform in soil by using Time Domain Reflectometry (TDR) and a new calibration equation.
Sensors use MIR, or Time Domain Reflectometry (TDR), to measure the distance to the surface of the tank contents and output a 4-20 mA signal proportional to liquid level.
He designed the automated time domain reflectometry (TDR) system needed to determine when to irrigate.
CORRTEX, which stands for Continuous Reflectometry for Radius versus Time Experiment, relies on a cable that can be placed in the same hole that contains the explosives or in a nearby hole.
The innovative optical design of the S3000S System enables simultaneous measurement with multi-wavelength, multi-angle Focus Beam Ellipsometry (FBE) and deep ultraviolet reflectometry (DUVR)reducing measurement time and significantly increasing throughput over previous generations.