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In contrast, the NIST optical clock makes use of interactions between ultraviolet radiation and a single mercury ion.
The uncertainty of the realization of force for the national deadweight force standards at NIST is discussed, as well as the uncertainties associated with NIST's voltage-ratio measuring instruments and with the characteristics of transducers being calibrated.
The achievement was announced today at AspenTech's Process Modeling Innovation Forum held at the Royal Sonesta Hotel in Cambridge, MA, which featured a program highlighting process modeling technology advancements and innovations by NIST and leading AspenTech customers.
When testing is completed, the laboratory submits the results to NIST for validation.
At the urging of Ols and other ATF forensic scientists, therefore, a team of NIST researchers has designed "standard bullets.
Serving as the key testing and standardization organization within government, NIST certifications carry additional weight and credibility.
Participants discussed and debated challenging computer security and usability issues related to the Help America Vote Act and the role NIST will play in the law's implementation.
Last week, 25 Nobelists in physics and the presidents of 18 research societies petitioned Congress to preserve NIST as a "national treasure" and a "crucial component of the nation's long-term basic research.