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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «MICROPHOTOMETER»
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The microphotometer. To determine the OTF, the microphotometer is normally
used in measuring the transmittance or density distribution in the image. The
most important characteristic of the microphotometer is its OTF, because the
The Optical Transfer Function of Imaging Systems
The main advantage of this type of microphotometer, compared with the
mechanically scanned arrangement described earlier, is that it is faster. This is
not only because an array can be electronically scanned faster than a
The Electronics Handbook
sdtt. liiw. The. half-power. width. of. a. miniature. CRT. may. be. measured. using.
a. scanning. microphotometer. and. software. to. perform. numerical. integration.
on. the. luminance. profile. The half-power width is defined as the distance ...
Transactions of the International Astronomical Union
Evans reports that the microphotometer at the Sacramento Peak Observatory is
now in the final stages of development. This microphotometer yields an output
directly in either intensity or log intensity. The basic electronic circuit is similar to
International Astronomical Union (London), 1936
Mapping the Spectrum: Techniques of Visual Representation in ...
This instrument allowed direct registration of the line intensities and thus avoided
tedious conversion of the microphotometer record by means of a calibration
curve. The thermoelectric current from a tube-shaped Moll microphotometer in
Handbook of Methods in Aquatic Microbial Ecology
Measurement of rRNA and DNA by Microphotometry Instrument We measure
fluorescence of individual cells with a scanning microphotometer (Optical
Technology Devices, 1nc.) mounted on a Nikon Optiphot microscope.
Photometer output is ...
Paul F. Kemp, Jonathan J. Cole, Barry F. Sherr, 1993
ADV IN ATOMIC & MOLECULAR PHYSICS
and Halliday (1950) of Reading University, who incorporated some of the
principles of the Furth microphotometer (Furth and Oliphant, 1948). Tomkins and
Fred (1951) modified the system. Instead of locating the line with microscope ...
ADVANCES ELECTRONC &ELECTRON PHYSICS V33A
We have heard from Dr. Kahan and Dr. Ables that your microphotometer
measurements of the G5 sent to you as part of the programme described by
Kahan revealed that emulsion to be non-linear, whereas Kahan's remeasures of
the same ...
James D. McGee, On Photo-Electronic Image Dev Symposium on Photo-Electronic Image Dev, D. McMullan, 1972
ADVANCES ELECTRONC &ELECTRON PHYSICS
A Microphotometer for Use with Photographic and Electronographic Recording
Image Tubes EDWIN W. DENNISON Mt. ll'ilson and Palomar Obsermtories,
California, U.S.A. Introduction The ultimate aim, when applying an image tube to
Annals of the Solar Physics Observatory, Cambridge Vol. Iii, ...
The finite slit width used in the microphotometer limits the resolving power of this
instrument, but the resolving power of the microphotometer under the conditions
actually used is of a higher order than that of the original spectrograph; one ...