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DIN ISO 22029 - MICROBEAM ANALYSIS - EMSA/MAS STANDARD FILE FORMAT FOR SPECTRAL-DATA EXCHANGE (ISO 22029:2012) Organization: DIN
Date: 2014-05-01
Description: The format is not tied to any one computer, programming language or computer operating system. The adoption of a standard format would enable different laboratories to freely exchange spectral data, and would help to standardize data analysis software.
ISO 22029 - MICROBEAM ANALYSIS - EMSA/MAS STANDARD FILE FORMAT FOR SPECTRAL-DATA EXCHANGE - SECOND EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2012-09-15
Description: The format is not tied to any one computer, programming language or computer operating system. The adoption of a standard format would enable different laboratories to freely exchange spectral data, and would help to standardize data analysis software.
CRC - BIOMEDICAL IMAGING - BIOMEDICAL IMAGING Organization: CRC
Date: 2003-03-26
Description: Consider the following: • Some of the systems, such as ultrasound, are relatively inexpensive, while others, such as positron emission tomography (PET) facilities, cost millions of dollars for the hardware and the employment of Ph.D.-level personnel to operate them. • Systems that make use of x-rays have been designed to image anatomic structures, while others that make use of radioisotopes provide functional information.
CRC - DERMATOSCOPY IN CLINICAL - DERMATOSCOPY IN CLINICAL PRACTICE: BEYOND PIGMENTED LESIONS Organization: CRC
Date: 2009-10-15
Description: In this book the term "dermatoscopy" will be referred to the use of manual devices and "videodermatoscopy" to the use of digital systems operating at high magnifications. Both D and VD are widely used in the differential diagnosis of pigmented skin lesions, usually through the technique called epiluminescence microscopy, which involves the application of a liquid (oil, alcohol, or water) to the skin to eliminate light reflection; recently, new systems utilizing polarized light may achieve similar results without the need for liquids.
SAE/TP - 2010-01-1734 - ENHANCED SPECIFIC HEAT CAPACITY OF MOLTEN SALT-METAL OXIDE NANOFLUID AS HEAT TRANSFER FLUID FOR SOLAR THERMAL APPLICATIONS Organization: SAE/TP
Date: 2010-11-02
Description: The efficacy of the nanofluid as a heat transfer fluid (HTF) in concentrating solar power systems is explored in this study. The molten salt can enable higher operating temperature resulting in enhancement of the overall system efficiency for power generation (using for example a Rankine cycle or Stirling cycle).

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