multiwavelength

multiwavelength

(ˌmʌltɪˈweɪvˌlɛŋθ)
adj
able to operate at several or many wavelengths
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NYSE:A) today introduced a new diode-array detector and multiwavelength detector for high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC).
This project will address both issues by developing a state of the art understanding of ice formation on wind turbine blades which will lead to the development of an accurate ice detection system (based on a novel multiwavelength interdigital frequency wavenumber dielectrometry sensor) and a low power localized heating system (based on graphite coatings).
Analysis of two multiplexed short tandem repeat systems using capillary electrophoresis with multiwavelength fluorescence detection.
Steidel and his collaborators gathered such multiwavelength portraits at three observatories: the William Herschel Telescope in the Canary Islands, Spain, the Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory in La Serena, Chile, and Palomar Observatory near Escondido, Calif.
Xtellus designs and manufactures liquid crystal-based dynamic optical components and modules for multiwavelength, reconfigurable optical networking systems.
But Spitzer's multiwavelength view is the first to show (by using color as a proxy for age) that the stars within the narrow bubble are younger, on average, than those that speckle its relatively dust-free central cavity.
Spectrophotometric multicomponent analysis (MCA)5 of hemoglobin derivatives (1, 2) has become available in routine clinical chemistry through the development of multiwavelength hemoglobin photometers (CO-oximeters) of different design, using either the same number of wavelengths as components to be analyzed [exactly determined system (3, 4)] or more wavelengths than are strictly necessary (overdetermined system).
Thus they often lack a complete, multiwavelength portrait of any particular region of the universe.
Many research teams, including our own, have been working to unravel the complex history of Stephan's Quintet using multiwavelength snapshots of the state in which we see it today.
This multiwavelength portrait offers a prelude to the high-resolution map Clementine is expected to generate during its lunar sojourn.
In the chapter on stars, multiwavelength observations probe visually opaque star-forming regions and map the distribution of gamma-ray bursts.