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Definition of the noun actinometry

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noun - plural: actinometries

  1. measuring the intensity of electromagnetic radiation (especially of the sun's rays)

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Google previewPolyimides (1996)

Fundamentals and Applications by Malay Ghosh

Actinometry is a technique used to account for variations in electron energy and density with plasma parameters (power density, feed gas composition, etc.) so that changes in emission intensities can be related directly to changes in ground ...

Google previewHandbook of Advanced Plasma Processing Techniques (2011)

by R.J. Shul, S.J. Pearton

Actinometry Optical actinometry is a technique that exploits the relative intensity of the atomic and molecular emission lines from the plasma to provide information about the number density of some plasma species and in some cases, ...

Google previewPlasma Processing of Semiconductors (2013)

by Paul Williams

Actinometry is a very popular technique used to determine changes ( in space, with time or with experimental conditions) in the concentration of the transient reactive radicals (atoms: F, Cl, O, ..., or molecules: CF, CF2, SO, S2, .

Google previewCassell's Cyclopedia of Photography (1912)

by Bernard Edward Jones

Actinometry is the branch of science that deals with the numerous methods of testing the chemical activity of light, and which makes a study of the variations in its intensity in different quarters of the globe, or at different seasons and hours.

Google previewDiamond and Diamond-Like Film Applications (1998)

by Peter Gielisse

Actinometry is a method implying an introduction of, usually, a rare gas as an impurity in the feed gas, which constitutes the actinometer [9]. The excitation mechanism from ground state to an excited state of both actinometer and the X species ...

Google previewControl of Microorganisms in Drinking Water (2002)

by Srinivasa Lingireddy

Chemical actinometry is an excellent tool for radiometer calibration and small bench scale laboratory 220 CONTROL OF MICROORGANISMS IN DRINKING WATER.

Google previewDisinfection Efficiency and Dose Measurement of Polychromatic UV Light (2004)

High-quality Water: Monitoring and Treatment by K. Linden, A. Mofidi

Chemical actinometry is the measurement of a radiation dose by the change produced in a chemical. Similar to the mathematical approach, chemical actinometry when applied to the bulk liquid flow can provide a single UV dose value to the ...

Google previewUltraviolet Light in Food Technology (2009)

Principles and Applications by Tatiana Koutchma, Larry J. Forney, Carmen I. Moraru

cheMicaL actinoMetry Chemical actinometry is a photochemical method for measuring the number of photons in a light beam integrally or per unit time.

Google previewEncyclopedia of Deserts (1999)

by Michael A. Mares, Oklahoma Museum of Natural History (Norman, Okla.)

Actinometry is the science of measuring radiant energy, particularly from the sun, and an actinometer is the apparatus used to measure radiant energy coming from the sun. — Federico Norte See ako AN INTRODUCTION TO DESERTS; ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Chemistry (2016)

by Richard Rennie, Jonathan Law

actinometry The measurement of ...

Google previewDictionary of Astronomy and Astronautics (1959)

by Armand Spitz, Frank Gaynor

actinometry The science and technique of measuring radiant energy, particularly that of the sun, in its thermal, chemical and luminous aspects. active prominence see PROMINENCES ON THE SUN. active-region prominence ...

Google previewFiber Optics Illustrated Dictionary (2002)

by J.K. Petersen

actinometry The measurement of the ...

Google previewThe American Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Ophthalmology (1913)

by Casey Albert Wood

Actinometry. The measurement of the intensity of solar radiation. Actinomyces.

Google previewThe Water Dictionary (2010)

A Comprehensive Reference of Water Terminology by Nancy E. McTigue, James M. Symons

potassium ferrioxalate actinometry A method to measure light intensity through photochemical transformation of potassium ferrioxalate. This method is ...

Google previewThe New International Encyclopaedia (1906)

by Daniel Coit Gilman, Harry Thurston Peck, Frank Moore Colby

ACTINOMETRY. That light is capable of causing chemical transformations was not unknown in the eighteenth century. That silver chloride turns dark under the action of light was known to Schultze as far back as 1727. In the latter part of the ...

Google previewCommunications Standard Dictionary (2012)

by Martin Weik

actinometry acoustooptic modulator: A modulator ...

Google previewDictionary of aviation (1911)

by R.M. Pierce

actinometry , asktz'nemr-tn n. the art of mssurrng the actrnzc influence of radiations from the sun, ...

Google previewInternational Encyclopaedia of Engineering and Technology (2007)

by M N Doja

actinometry The science ...

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Video shows what actinometry means. the measurement of the heating power of electromagnetic radiation, especially that of solar radiation. the measurement of ...

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The value of this 11-letter word is 18 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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