ultraviolet spectrum

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n ultraviolet spectrum the spectrum of ultraviolet radiation
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Usage

In literature:

It would apply only if the spectrum had no infra-red and ultraviolet extensions.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 2, Slice 7" by Various
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In news:

BASF announced today the launch of Z-Cote LSA, its latest inorganic , broad-spectrum ultraviolet (UV) light filter.
Cold quartz ultraviolet radiation (CQ-UV) is the most energy-bearing wavelength in the ultraviolet spectrum.
The glow from planetary nebulae appears surprisingly similar across a broad swath of the spectrum, from ultraviolet to infrared.
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In science:

The Slowly Moving Clouds Our discussion of the ionisation of these clouds is based on the remarkable observations of SF, who used the Hubble Space Telescope to observe the ultraviolet absorption spectrum of the halo star HD93521 (l = 1830 , b = 620 , z ∼ 1.5kpc).
On the Ionisation of Warm Opaque Interstellar Clouds and the Intercloud Medium
As shown above there are real possibilities of development of a super sensitive multichannel photodetectors as well as an avalanche type CCD for single photon detection in visible and ultraviolet spectrum regions.
Supersensitive avalanche silicon drift photodetector
Fig. 4.— Galactic ISM absorption lines in the HST ultraviolet spectrum of OX 169.
The End of the Lines for OX 169: No Binary Broad-Line Region
The result of this scattering is to decrease the tilt of the infrared portion of the spectrum and increase the ultraviolet cutoff of the spectrum.
The Development of Equilibrium After Preheating
The result of this scattering is to decrease the tilt of the infrared portion of the spectrum and increase the ultraviolet cutoff of the spectrum.
Preheating, Thermalization and Supergravity
We have obtained an HST STIS ultraviolet high dispersion Echelle mode spectrum the binary companion of the double mode classical Cepheid Y Car.
High Mass Triple Systems: The Classical Cepheid Y Car
Below those are stars with an orbit (BY Cas, VZ Cyg, and MW Cyg) but which are faint and do not have an ultraviolet spectrum of the companion.
High Mass Triple Systems: The Classical Cepheid Y Car
We have obtained a STIS ultraviolet high dispersion Echelle mode spectrum of the double mode classical Cepheid Y Car.
High Mass Triple Systems: The Classical Cepheid Y Car
The peak of the scalar field spectrum is initially in the infrared, around the resonant momentum of preheating, and then quickly moves towards the ultraviolet as a result of rescattering.
Theory and Numerics of Gravitational Waves from Preheating after Inflation
This method relies on assumptions of the intrinsic blazar spectrum and the SED of the EBL from ultraviolet to the NIR, both of which are poorly observationally constrained.
The Resolved NIR Extragalactic Background
In this context, the photon-energy bin at the ultraviolet end of the recorded spectrum extended from 300 GeV to 400 GeV.
Relativity tests and their motivation
The ultraviolet to visible spectrum is strongly dominated by massive, main-sequence and supergiant stars.
SPECTRA OF YOUNG GALAXIES
Here, we consider the excess of the observed infrared or ultraviolet emission above the spectrum arising from the lower-energy electron population, and its implications for the X-ray emission mechanism.
X-rays from the jet in 3C 273: clues from the radio-optical spectra
Unlike the cocoon, which would be expected to contribute only in a limited part of the jet, the presumed additional ultraviolet component may be present in the entire jet and can account for the discrepancy between infrared-optical and optical-ultraviolet spectrum everywhere it is observed.
X-rays from the jet in 3C 273: clues from the radio-optical spectra
In order to confirm the reality of the UV excess and to characterise its spectrum, it is both necessary to constrain the run of the optical synchrotron spectrum more accurately by further observations in the near-infrared and optical, and to characterise the spectrum of the UV excess by far-ultraviolet observations.
X-rays from the jet in 3C 273: clues from the radio-optical spectra
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