Contract notice: supply of a laser system for generating ultrashort
Closing puts in the ProShares UltraShort
Longer-term Bond ETF.
The nonlinear optical imaging technique developed by this team enables the use of the natural fluorescence of the drug when "excited" with ultrashort
(femtosecond) laser pulses.
Thanks to the well-coordinated interaction between Start and RSCC, we have achieved ultrashort
The LS53L0X sensor features 2V8 to 3V5 low power, provides ultrashort
to long-range detection and accurate ranging.
If you're looking for a celebrity who is embracing the silversiren trend, then checkout Michael Williams who has doubled down on the latest trends and gone for an ultrashort
hairstyle to compliment her new silver-grey hair colour.
The agent combines ultrashort
carbon nanotubes and bismuth clusters that show up on X-rays taken with computed tomography (CT) scanners.
At the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific, research into these benefits has been ongoing for several years, but recently got a significant boost with the addition of two new assets: an ultrashort
pulse laser (USPL) 2,000 times more powerful than the lab's current instruments, and more importantly, new professional Dr.
The cost to investors is 14 basis points (bps), making it one of the most competitively priced ultrashort
duration ETFs on the market.
Hitachi Construction Machinery introduced two new ultrashort
excavators with reduced tail-swing radius, making them perfect when working in and around obstacles--yet as tough as our large excavators.
Among the topics are dialogues about geometry and light, recent developments in weak value amplification and direct measurement, full color computational ghost video, light in a twist: orbital angular momentum, nonlinear photonics in chip-based structures, characterizing ultrashort
laser pulses and carrier-envelope phase stabilization, and filamentation and self-induced beam propagation effects.
The electrons, which come bundled in ultrashort
pulses, scatter off the sample's atoms and produce a signal on a detector that scientists use to determine where atoms are located in the monolayer.