WDS

(redirected from Wavelength Dispersive Spectroscopy)
AcronymDefinition
WDSWireless Distribution System (Joint Common Database)
WDSWindows Deployment Services (Microsoft)
WDSWide-area Data Services
WDSWords
WDSWalt Disney Studios
WDSWindows Desktop Search (software; Microsoft)
WDSWebsphere Development Studio
WDSWindows Deployment Services
WDSWindows Desktop Search
WDSWatch Dog Server
WDSWireless Distribution System
WDSWireless Device Server
WDSWireless Domain Services
WDSWireless Distribution Service
WDSWindows Dream Scene
WDSWell Defined Service
WDSWide Area Data Services
WDSWireless Domain Services (Cisco Systems technology)
WDSWachovia Dealer Services (banking)
WDSWashington Dental Service (insurance)
WDSWashington Double Star (Catalog; US Naval Observatory)
WDSWater Detection System
WDSWomen's Dermatologic Society
WDSWavelength Dispersive Spectroscopy
WDSWorldwide Diagnostic System (automotive diagnostics)
WDSWorkshop on Distributed Systems (computing)
WDSWorkforce Development System
WDSWireless Device Strategies
WDSWavelength Dispersive X-Ray Spectroscopy
WDSWeston Data Systems (Durango, CO)
WDSWorking Dog Superior
WDSWireless Data Service
WDSWebb Design Studio (various locations)
WDSWaste Disposal System
WDSWell-Defined Services (SML, IBM)
WDSWogen des Schicksals (German)
WDSWireless Data Server
WDSWestern Data Systems, Inc.
WDSWoodward Dream Cruise (Detroit, MI)
WDSWi-Fi Distribution System
WDSWeapon Delivery System
WDSWater Deluge System
WDSWomen's Distribution Services (various locations)
WDSWorst Death Streak (gaming)
WDSWinter Death Syndrome (starvation in deer)
WDSWeapons Directive/Direction System
WDSWesthampton Day School (Richmond, Virginia)
WDSWaveform Design Specification
WDSWord Disparity Sum
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Two methods of chemical microanalysis that utilize electron beams have become popular mainstays of modern scientists: Wavelength Dispersive Spectroscopy (WDS) and Energy Dispersive Spectroscopy (EDS).
In wavelength dispersive spectroscopy, the mechanics of beam generation and specimen/beam interaction are the same as in the EDS scenario described above.
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