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niton

(ˈnaɪtɒn)
n
(Elements & Compounds) a less common name for radon
[C20: from Latin nitēre to shine]
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The outdoor cafe, part of a small, privatelyowned holiday caravan site at Niton Undercliff, serves freshly-made snacks including locally-caught seafood and clotted cream teas, as well as restorative glasses of beer and wine for grown-ups.
The items, including a TV set and a selection of toys, were taken from a Renault Megane, which had been parked overnight last Saturday in Niton Road.
Subsequent site visits by Focus Minerals to the outcropping island and obvious physical evidence of copper mineralisation has resulted in Focus Minerals conducting preliminary analysis using a Niton hand held XRF analyser.
A four-night break at the festival, departing on May 21 and staying at Hermitage at Niton Barns, starts at pounds 63pp (eight sharing).
Intended for those involved in homeland security, environmental monitoring, and forensics, products included A2 Technologies' portable FT-IR spectrometer, XOS' portable sulfur analyzer, Thermo Scientific's NITON XL3 handheld elemental analyzer, Torion's miniature GC-TMS system and Axsun's Anavo portable NIR analyzer.
Thermo Electron Corp., based in Billerica, Mass., has announced the release of its new Niton XLt 797X XRF analyzer that offers small-spot focus capability.
Supplies Niton portable x-ray fluorescence (XRF) analyzers for non-destructive screening of metallic elements in plastics.
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A Technology Verification report on the soil measurement capability of the Niton XRF instrument was released by U.S.
X-ray fluorescence spectrometer for quantitative analysis of the chemical composition of metals and alloys niton xl2 980 goldd (or analog).
A Niton XLT field portable XRF instrument provided support of mineral recognition and identification.