- n. Plural form of calorimeter.
“- Residual chlorine content is extremely simple to determine by calorimeters, which is not the case for other disinfection processes such as ozone or UV radiation.”
“However, I think I remember that some laser calorimeters at NIST behaved similarly – that is, their responsivity varied slightly with the seasons.”
“We can measure charged particles like electrons, protons, and charged pions very well with trackers, even better than with calorimeters.”
“Down the hill past the barn was a laboratory with calorimeters, chemical analysis equipment, liquid nitrogen tanks for keeping semen frozen until it was needed, some radioisotope equipment for studying metabolism, and so forth.”
““While significant progress has been made in the sophistication of calorimeters since the review of this subject in 1989, the conclusions reached by the reviewers today are similar to those found in the 1989 review.””
“As he puts it, we can measure picowatts, and the people doing cold fusion at SRI, the Navy in in Israel where he visited have the best calorimeters money can buy.”
“Pions tend to “shower” and leave their energy in the heavy layers of material (typically lead and steel) in the calorimeters.”
“The protons and antiprotons would collide at the very center of the wheel, a point surrounded by concentric rings of instrumentation—drift chambers, calorimeters, particle counters.”
““Mythbusters” tested this one using calorimeters and a nutrient analysis and found that the cereal box itself actually contained significantly fewer calories than the cereal, and virtually no nutrients.”
“This then energetically fly apart and the decay products measured by hadron calorimeters and other detectors.”
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