Scientists at NIST have determined that calcium fluoride, one of the principal materials used for optics in the ultraviolet spectral region, exhibits an unexpected, intrinsic birefringence in the deep ultraviolet.
What does DUV stand for?
DUV stands for Deep Ultraviolet
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- Dhaka Urban Transport Project (World Bank; Bangladesh)
- Deceptive and Unfair Trade Practices Act (Florida)
- Derivatives Use, Trading & Regulation (journal)
- Diplôme Universitaire de Technologie Services et Réseaux de Communication (French: University Technology Services and Communication Networks)
- Direct Underreaching Transfer Trip
- Duke University Union (student services)
- DuPage Unitarian Universalist Church
- Durham Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (Durham, NH)
- Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War
- Design Under Verification
- Deutsche Ultramarathon-Vereinigung (German: German Ultra Marathon Association)
- Deutscher Universitäts Verlag (German: German University Publishers)
- Derivative Ultra-Violet Absorption Spectrometer
- Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War 1861-1865
- Diffuse UV Experiment
- Datenübermittlungsverordnung (German: Data Disclosure Regulation)
- Drake University Voice Of Choice (Drake University; Des Moines, IA)
- Deep Ultraviolet Projection Lithography
- Deep Ultraviolet Spectroscopic Ellipsometry (semiconductors)
Samples in periodicals archive:
NIST researchers have uncovered a potentially serious optical problem affecting designs for future generations of semiconductor manufacturing equipment using deep ultraviolet light.
NIST recently has developed the capability to accurately measure pulse-energy density of deep ultraviolet (DUV) radiation produced by excimer lasers.
NIST researchers, in collaboration with colleagues from private industry, and the University of Minnesota, recently have measured the deep ultraviolet (DUV) responsivity of GaN and AlGaN photodiodes for use as solar-blind photodetectors.