Definition of Thermogram. Meaning of Thermogram. Synonyms of Thermogram

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Definition of Thermogram

Thermogram
Thermogram Ther"mo*gram, n. (Physics) The trace or record made by means of a thermograph.

Meaning of Thermogram from wikipedia

- nanometers or 9–14 µm) and produce images of that radiation, called thermograms. Since infrared radiation is emitted by all objects with a temperature...
- temperature). For accurate measurements of binding affinity, the curve of the thermogram must be sigmoidal. The profile of the curve is determined by the c-value...
- detector. 1840: John Herschel produces the first thermal image, called a thermogram. 1860: Gustav Kirchhoff formulated the blackbody theorem E = J ( T , n...
- temperature is then plotted against time, or against temperature (DTA curve, or thermogram). Changes in the sample, either exothermic or endothermic, can be detected...
- Aerial thermogram of buried cross country oil pipeline revealing subsurface contamination caused by a leak....
- a relatively large area to generate a two-dimensional image, called a thermogram, with each pixel representing a temperature. This technology is more processor-...
- A thermogram compares the heat radiation of the windows and walls of two buildings: a sustainable, low-energy p****ive house (right) and a conventional...
- during TG analysis is identifiable by distinct traces made in the TGA thermograms produced. One interesting example occurs with samples of as-produced...
- numbers of self-****embled micelles from differential scanning calorimetric thermograms. Clausius–Clapeyron relation van 't Hoff factor (i) Gibbs–Helmholtz equation...
- Figure 2. Typical DMA thermogram of an amorphous thermoplastic (polycarbonate). Storage Modulus (E’) and Loss Modulus (E’’) and Loss Factor tan(delta)...
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