If the materials could harvest both the visible and infrared parts of the spectrum, plastic solar cells might achieve up to 30 percent efficiency, says Stanford University's Peter Peumans.
What does IR stand for?
IR stands for Infrared
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We have 68 other meanings of IR in our Acronym Attic
- Information Ratio
- Information Record
- Information Report(s)
- Information Repository (US EPA Superfund site information)
- Information Request
- Information Required
- Information Requirements
- Information Resources
- Information Retrieval
- Information Revolution
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A wide variety of instrumental techniques such as infrared and ultraviolet absorption spectroscopy, mass spectrometry, nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy thermal analysis, and gel permeation and size exclusion chromatography are useful tools in rubber analysis (ref.
Expands Family of Compact, High-Performance IrDA Components for Consumer and Industrial Handheld Applications BARCELONA, Spain -- Avago Technologies today announced it has added three new highly integrated, high-speed infrared components to its product line.
Glenro has manufactured infrared heaters and ovens in New Jersey since 1958 and in Paterson since 1979.
New sky maps that paint a broad-brush portrait of the cosmos in the far infrared provide graphic proof of that astronomical adage.
The infrared transceiver's low-power operation and small size help reduce cost and board space.
Every time the Infrared Space Observatory (ISO) slews from one target to another, it discovers new objects in the seemingly empty voids of space.
NASDAQ: FLIR) today announced the production of the 25,000th infrared camera at its facility in Danderyd, Sweden, just outside Stockholm.