NIR


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NIRNear Infrared
NIRNear-Infrared Radiation
NIRNear-Infrared Reflectance
NIRNatural Increase Rate (population)
NIRNational Identity Register (UK)
NIRNear Infra Red
NIRNetwork Information Registry
NIRNear Infrared Response
NIRNorthern Ireland Railways
NIRNet International Reserves
NIRNational Inventory Report
NIRNon-Ionizing Radiation
NIRNational Internet Registry
NIRNetwork Information Retrieval
NIRNew Industrial Relations (labor strategy)
NIRNational Institute of Research (various locations)
NIRNew Information Request (various organizations)
NIRName of Input Raster (computing)
NIRNew Inspection Regime (port state control)
NIRNational Institute of Development Research and Documentation (Botswana)
NIRNet Interest Revenue
NIRNet Irrigation Requirement
NIRNavajo Indian Reservation
NIRNuméro d'Identification au Répertoire National des Personnes Physiques Numéro d'Identification au Répertoire (French: Directory Identification Number)
NIRNo Individual Requirement
NIRNine Inch Richards (Nine Inch Nails parody band)
NIRNon-Immediate Allergic-Type Reactions
NIRNew Item Request
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Yebleh maintains that the his entity is working along with the NIR to ensure that people who obtain Liberian Citizen Identification Cards are citizens of the country and not foreigners or aliens.
"Range--The specified range of an NIR method depends on the specific application.
The NIRS technique could be an efficient method for the simple, real-time high throughput quantification of the moisture and oil content in battered chicken nuggets.
One of the main reasons for the low performance in the NIR measurements in living animals is related with the amount of incident light (e.g., reflectance).
PINPOINT NIR confirmed that the cystic duct coursed posterior to the cystic artery (Figure 2) and aided in direct visualization of abnormal anatomy.
The NIR assay showed excellent reproducibility and accuracy with overall coefficients of variation of 6.0%, 3.2%, and 2.8% at mean Hts of 0.20, 0.33, and 0.46, respectively.
Figure 1 shows the solar irradiance broken down into three regions: ultraviolet, visible, and near infrared (NIR).
One thing is certain - the deeper the central banks apply NIR the closer it gets to us real customers being compulsorily invited to the Mad Hatters Ball of paying a bank to deposit our money.
A club statement read: "We know nothing about these reports but as Nir himself has said, Celtic is where he wants to be."
183 creating the Negros Island Region (NIR), the Department of Tourism (DOT) said.
According to the authors, treatments included ten transcranial applications of high-power NIR over the course of two months.