Definition of photometric in English:

photometric

adjective

  • See photometer

    • ‘In this study, the consequences of finite excitation flash duration are analyzed using computer simulations, and a method for the recovery of phosphorescence decay times from complex photometric signals is presented.’
    • ‘After all, the stars of the best forensic science shows are often the equipment - DNA sequencers, mass spectrometers, photometric fingerprint illuminators, scanning electron microscopes and the like.’
    • ‘This cannot be a simple application of the photometric and radiometric test methods used for other conventional light sources, for several reasons.’
    • ‘In a related test, the Florida Solar Energy Center also evaluated the influence of different photometric control sensors.’
    • ‘The Lux is a photometric unit, rather than a radiometric unit, which means that it takes into account the basic physics of energy and radiation, but also includes the physics of the human eye.’

Pronunciation

photometric

/fə(ʊ)tə(ʊ)ˈmɛtrɪk/