- The ability to characterize the electrocatalytic behaviour of heterogeneous surfaces on a localised scale is critical to our understanding of interfacial processes and impacts a multitude of applications, notably the development of energy conversion technologies such as fuel cells and electrolyzers.
- The Josephson effect has revolutionised accurate electrical measurement.
- The optoelectronic coupling for a pulse-driven Josephson junction array (JJA) for use as a quantum voltage synthesizer has been designed.
- The purpose of this work is to develop and validate a reliable method for characterizing small fields on radiotherapy machines with radiochromic film.
- The freezing temperatures of certain metals are used as the basis of the International Temperature Scale of 1990 (ITS-90).
- Stimulated Raman scattering (SRS) microscopy is a powerful tool for the label free analysis of biological samples with submicron resolution and linear concentration dependence.
- A new generation of remote monitoring systems are being built to meet the requirements for identifying and quantifying emissions from non-uniform 'area' sources.
- Layered transition metal dichalcogenides constitute one of the most interesting classes of materials. MoS2 is one of the most stable layered metal dichalcogenides.
- It is increasingly common to determine photometric quantities from integrating spectral measurements made, for example, with an array spectrometer.
- Photoelectrochemical activity screening of dyes on TiO2 surfaces is becoming increasingly relevant as industry tries to expand commercialisation of dye-sensitized solar cells (DSSCs).
Joint winners of the NPL Science Poster Fair 2012
Optical Radiation & Photometry
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