nondispersive

nondispersive

(ˌnɒndɪˈspɜːsɪv)
adj
(General Physics) machinery not dispersive
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28], proving that the fluid medium is nondispersive.
The device employs nondispersive infrared (NDIR) sensing technology, and the supplier claims it can operate for 48 hours on one charge.
2] was measured using chemiluminescence (7 possible monitors) and CO with nondispersive infrared sensing (9 possible monitors).
Note that Rayleigh waves in a monolithic two-dimensional medium are nondispersive, i.
2] by nondispersive infrared, and unburned hydrocarbon by continuous flame ionization detector.
Since this rod theory results in a nondispersive behaviour [29, 33], thanks to this any dispersion effects observed in results of numerical simulations must have numerical origins.
The analysis method for each pollutant was as follows: for carbon monoxide (CO) concentrations, nondispersive infrared detection; for sulfur dioxide (S[O.
The development of a nondispersive infrared (NDIR) sensor that combines high-concentration CO2 and CH4 measurement in a single unit has made this new instrument possible.
Application of nondispersive and dispersive chiral layers for the reduction of radar cross section (RCS) is investigated in Section 3.
5, we plot the retrieved effective parameters for a nondispersive but lossy metaspacer.