radiometer

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English - Turkish

Definition of radiometer in English Turkish dictionary

  1. radyometre
  2. ışınölçer
  3. Enerji ışınlarının kuvvetini ölçme aleti, radyoaktif ışınlarının nüfuz gücünü ölçmeğe yarayan alet, radyometre Tıp
  4. ışınların kuvvetini ölçmeye yarayan alet
English - English

Definition of radiometer in English English dictionary

  1. A device that measures radiant energy
  2. An instrument for quantitatively measuring the intensity of electromagnetic radiation in some band of wavelengths in any part of the electromagnetic spectrum Usually used with a modifier, such as an infrared radiometer or a microwave radiometer
  3. An instrument to measure the changing levels of radiation as well as visible and infrared light They can produce cloud images even at night
  4. An instrument for measuring radiant energy See actinometer, Dines radiometer, photometer, Tulipian radiometer
  5. meter to detect and measure radiant energy (electromagnetic or acoustic)
  6. an electromagnetic radiation measuring instrument
  7. An instrument for measuring radiant energy
  8. A name for light-measuring instruments which do not match the wavelength
  9. an instrument that measures radiance, or the radiation emitted by an object
  10. instrument for measuring the strength of radiant energy isim
  11. An instrument designed for measuring the mechanical effect of radiant energy
  12. A forestaff
  13. General name for an instrument used to measure radiation over a specific wavelength range
  14. An instrument that quantitatively measures electromagnetic radiation Weather satellites carry radiometers to measure radiation from snow, ice, clouds, bodies of water, the Earth's surface, and the sun
  15. An instrument for detecting and, usually, measuring radiant energy Compare bolometer See actinometer, photometer
  16. an instrument to measure fluxes of electromagnetic radiation
  17. Related Terms
  18. plural of radiometer : radiometers
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    Hyphenation

    ra·di·o·me·ter

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    Etymology

    [ "rA-dE-'ä-m&-t&r ] (noun.) 1875. radio + meter

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