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Calculation of fluorescent efficiency from experimental data by the Huygens principle

Yardley Beers

Calculation of fluorescent efficiency from experimental data by the Huygens principle

by Yardley Beers

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Published by Dept. of Commerce, National Bureau of Standards : for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

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  • Fluorescence.

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    StatementYardley Beers, Electromagnetic Technology Division, National Engineering Laboratory, National Bureau of Standards.
    SeriesNBS technical note ; 1020, NBS technical note -- 1020.
    ContributionsNational Engineering Laboratory (U.S.). Electromagnetic Technology Division., United States. National Bureau of Standards.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 28 p. :
    Number of Pages28
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15242247M

    Christiaan Huygens was a brilliant Dutch mathematician, physicist, and astronomer who lived during the seventeenth century, a period sometimes referred to as the Scientific Revolution. Huygens, a highly gifted theoretical and experimental scientist, is best known for his work on the theories of centrifugal force, the wave theory of light, and. 2 2. We can observe water wave diffraction with a ripple tank—look at the simulations of water waves below. The lines that you see in the images are called wavefronts; wavefronts connect points on the wave with the same Size: 2MB.

    Fluorescent lamps are made of a glass tube filled with a low pressure mixture of gases, specifically mercury and noble gases like argon, neon, xenon and krypton. The tubes are coated on the inside with a fluorescent material, usually a compound containing phosphorous. When the current is switched on, the starting mechanisms at each end of the lamp produce electrons that excite the gases inside. Using Huygens' theory and the principle of superposition of waves, the complex amplitude at a further point P is found by summing the contributions from each point on the sphere of radius r0. In order to get agreement with experimental results, Fresnel found that the individual contributions from.

    Huygen's Principle states that every point on a wavefront acts as a source of lots of secondary spherical wavelets. The wavefront, a few seconds later, will be an envelope of these earlier wavelets. calculate sin momentum angle key equations temperature concepts parallel ideal Post a Review You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed.


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National Bureau of Standards.]. The calculation of internal fluorescent efficiencies of semiconductors, especially amorphous silicon, is discussed.

The Huygens Principle method, which gives the intensity of the emitted light in terms of the power of an array of point sources in the semiconductor, is : Yardley Beers. Calculation of fluorescent efficiency from experimental data by the Huygens principle / By Yardley Beers, United States.

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HUYGENS’ PRINCIPLE AND INTERFERENCE VERY SHORT ANSWER QUESTIONS Q Can we perform Double slit experiment with ultraviolet light. Q If no particular colour of light or wavelength is specified, then the refractive index of the medium refers to which colour. Q Name one effect which could not explained by Huygens‟ wave theory.

QFile Size: KB. Our experimental data reveal that these organic phosphors can have an ultra-long lifetime of s and a maximum phosphorescence efficiency of %. Huygens' Principle and Reflection/Refraction The laws of reflection and refraction can both be derived from Huygens' principle.

Points along the wavefront are treated as sources along the surface of the refractive medium, at which point the overall wave bends based upon the new medium.

Experimental Procedure Preparing Stock Solutions. The first step for this experiment involved preparing three stock solutions. The calibration standards were prepared by diluting the stock solution of quinine with a diluted H 2 SO 4. The H 2 SO 4 was diluted to mL of 1 M solution according to the following sample calculation: SC 1 m 1 v 1 = m 2 v 2File Size: KB.

According to the Huygens-Fresnel principle, I should be able to calculate the amplitude in any place {x,a} behind the slot via A(x) = ∫w / 2 − w / 2A(x, x0)dx0 ≈ w / Δw ∑ n = 0A(x, n ∗ Δw)Δw This seems to work quite well (result does not change notably for smaller step width).

This experiment is for principle verification, and there is much to be improved. The nano bars can be replaced with a high refractive index dielectric to obtain higher efficiency [39] [40] [41] and the image contrast can thus be greatly improved, since the loss of dielectric is much less than metal.

Based on Figure 2, the length of the fluorescent fiber should not exceed 2 m so as to maintain high light transmission efficiency (η > ).

Considering the receiving capability and the transmission efficiency, fluorescent fibers that were 1 m length were designed to detect internal PD signals in Cited by: Figure 2 shows how Huygens’s principle is applied. A wavefront is the long edge that moves, for example, the crest or the trough.

Each point on the wavefront emits a semicircular wave that moves at the propagation speed are drawn at a time t later, so that they have moved a distance s = new wavefront is a line tangent to the wavelets and is where we would expect the wave to be.

huygens’ principle smaller-n layer of air forms near the surface. The speed of light is slightly greater in the hotter air near the ground, the Huygens wavelets have slightly larger radii, the wave fronts tilt slightly, and rays that were headed toward the surface with a large angle of incidence (near 90°) can be bent up as shown in Fig.

Calculate the total resistance, current and voltage for each resistance in series circuit as shown in figure 1 using the related formula. Measure the battery given. Given equipment: 1. Huygens's Principle and the Wave Theory. Fresnel Diffraction: Contemporary View • r' = distance from source S to point O on wavefront at aperture.

• r = distance from O to P. • Direction from points O to points P is not constant, so amplitude of wavelets originat-File Size: 1MB. The r or R2 value of a standard curve represents how well the experimental data fit the regression line, that is, how linear the data are.

Linearity, in turn, gives a measure of the variability across assay replicates and whether the amplification efficiency is the same for different starting template copy numbers. A significant difference in. Huygen's Principle. Suppose that instead of having just two gaps, like in Young's slits experiment, we have a substantial gap in our harbour wall.

How do we work out the wave amplitude (and, if necessary, the wave intensity) of the disturbance downsteam of the gap. Well, the answer is, we just have to add up lots and lots of 'phase threads'.

of the principle of Huygens, no use whatever being made of the Fresnel for ulae for reflection and refraction. Huygens' principle enables us to evaluate the disturbance appearing "'h i the second medium when light is incident on the boundary between two media and is totally reflected into the first medium.

Diffraction is the concept that is explained using Huygens’s Principle, and is defined as the bending of a wave around the edges of an opening or an obstacle. This principle can be used to define reflection, as shown in the figure. It can also be used to explain refraction and interference.

Anything that experiences this phenomenon is a wave. First of all, Huygens's principle is a very basic principle that explains expansion of waves in space and their interference when they meet. Notice, however, that it refers to waves of the same type, e.g.

light of the same polarization and frequency. Huygens-Fresnel Principle • Each point on a wavefrontis a source of spherical waves that are in phase with the incident wave. • The light at any point in the direction of propagation is the sum of all such spherical waves, taking into account their relative phases and path lengths.

• The secondary spherical waves are preferentiallyFile Size: 2MB.The velocity of the wave—or, strictly, the phase velocity, is a measure of the speed with which a point of any particular phase value advances, e.g. the speed of apparent advance of P to P′ to P″, etc.

Now suppose the frequency is f. This represents the number of complete periods contained in 1 sec, i.e. the number of complete.The Limitations of the Huygens-Fresnel Principle in Wave Propagation.

Physics. Close. 8. Posted by 6 years ago. Archived. The Limitations of the Huygens-Fresnel Principle in Wave Propagation.

Physics. I recently learned about the Huygens-Fresnel principle while studying Physics in high-school. The clinical data from this study will support.