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quantum efficiency

n
1. (Atomic Physics) physics the number of electrons released by a photocell per photon of incident radiation of a given energy
2. (Chemistry) chem the number of chemical species that undergo reaction per photon of absorbed radiation of a given energy
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Correction factors are needed which reflect any change in quantum efficiency as a function of labeling density of the fluorophore [20-22].
Quantum efficiency (QE) describes how a camera responds to a wavelength series.
demonstrates that tungsten metal can be used not only as a mask for epitaxial lateral overgrowth but also for the formation of an air void underneath it to improve both internal quantum efficiency and extraction efficiency of the LEDs.
Novaled has overcome both challenges - pioneering a novel way to significantly improve light outcoupling results and boost external quantum efficiency by more than 80 percent, without the costly and time-consuming setup traditionally required for complex manufacturing.
Silicon and InGaAs Avalanche Photodiodes (APDs) and Arrays - high quantum efficiency for various defense applications, including LIDAR and eye-safe laser range finding
The high level of quantum efficiency and the considerable dynamic range, coupled with very low noise, are properties that set new standards.
The Maya2000 Pro-VIS-NIR from Ocean Optics is a back-thinned 2D FFT-CCD spectrometer with high sensitivity, 80% peak quantum efficiency and enhanced Vis-NIR response.
The I-Do LED is not only more reliable, but significantly brighter as the creative design produces improved internal quantum efficiency.
By testing millions of combinations at once, Intematix develops ideal materials for LED performance with optimized particle morphology and high quantum efficiency.
Enhancements to the company's third generation Aptina[TM] A-Pix[TM] frontside illumination (FSI) image sensor technology enable significant improvements in quantum efficiency (QE) and crosstalk and provide a 25 percent improvement in light level for the same signal-to-noise ratio performance over second generation technology.
Sensors not only counter etaloning, they also boast ~90% peak quantum efficiency and do not increase dark current.
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