Sir Chan·dra·se·kha·ra Ven·ka·ta [sir-chuhn-druh-shey-ker-uh-veng-kuh-tuh], /ˈsɪr ˈtʃʌn drəˈʃeɪ kər ə ˈvɛŋ kə tə/, 1888–1970, Indian physicist: Nobel Prize 1930.
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How to use Raman in a sentence
“Biological materials are appealing because they can … sense and adapt to their environments,” Raman says.This robotic finger is covered in living human skin | Maria Temming | June 27, 2022 | Science News For Students
Raman points out that the human body is a “biological machine” powered by living parts.Robots made of cells blur the line between creature and machine | Stephen Ornes | March 31, 2022 | Science News For Students
“The role of diet as a risk factor and therapy for IBD has been of great interest to patients,” says Raman, who co-authored a review of diets for IBD published in Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology in March 2021.
These, combined with a technique called Raman amplification, which shoots a laser backwards down the line to boost signal strength along its length, kept the signals going over the long haul.Japan Sets New Record for Internet Speed at 319 Terabits per Second | Jason Dorrier | July 18, 2021 | Singularity Hub
The instrument can also recognize specific chemical links, such as a carbon atom stuck to an oxygen atom, using what’s known as Raman spectroscopy.Was there ever life on Mars? Perseverance’s SHERLOC laser sniffs for microscopic clues | Charlie Wood | March 11, 2021 | Popular-Science
And yet these portents were valid enough too, as Nivin could have told him—the customary welcome at Lol Raman's.Where the Pavement Ends | John Russell
They entered the garden of Lol Raman to find it disposed as usual, inviting the evening trade.Where the Pavement Ends | John Russell
The fort of Fornells, and the towers on the coast, will be given up in due time to the engineer, Don Raman.Memoirs and Correspondence of Admiral Lord de Saumarez. Vol II | Sir John Ross
He left it along with his crown and his kingdom to Raman Shah, his eldest son.Stories about Famous Precious Stones | Mrs Goddard Orpen
Scientific definitions for Raman
Indian physicist who in 1928 demonstrated that when light traverses a transparent material, some of the light that is deflected changes in frequency. For the discovery of this effect, which is now named after him, Raman received the 1930 Nobel Prize for physics. He also conducted research in the physiology of vision.
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