Definition of radiometric in English:

radiometric

Line breaks: radio|met¦ric
Pronunciation: /ˌreɪdɪə(ʊ)ˈmɛtrɪk
 
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adjective

Physics
  • Relating to the measurement of radioactivity: radiometric data
    More example sentences
    • Dumyahn and First measured the three-dimensional emission profile of various types of single lamps by taking radiometric measurements at various points in space.
    • All of these factors are likely to be important in the case of the Besdegirmen rocks, and hence igneous crystallization ages may be greater than measured radiometric ages.
    • Thermal images were taken with a radiometric infrared video camera.

Derivatives

radiometrically

adverb
More example sentences
  • Currently, the precise relationship between ammonite zones in the Boreal Province and Late Jurassic radiometrically calibrated sea-floor magnetic reversal history has not been established.
  • Almost all meteorites are collisional fragments of asteroids, and can be dated radiometrically to about 4.6 billion years, which represents the birth of the Solar System.
  • The Cambro-Ordovician boundary is now radiometrically dated at 490 Ma and so only rocks and fossils of late Cambrian age are included in this part of our survey.

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