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ultraviolet light produced by a Wood lamp.
Wood light(wud līt)
Ultraviolet light produced by a Wood lamp.
Radiant electromagnetic energy limited to a wavelength of about 400 nm (extreme violet) to 770 nm (extreme red).
Light whose rays are parallel to each other and to the optic axis.
A device used by a patient to signal his or her need for assistance from professional staff. It typically consists of a wireless remote control at the bedside, linked to a beeper, buzzer, cellular phone, chime, or light panel.
Any form of light that is not perceptibly warm. The heat of ordinary light rays is dissipated when they are passed through some medium such as quartz.
Light rays broken by refraction.
idioretinal lightIntrinsic light.
The sensation of light when there are no retinal stimuli to produce that sensation. Synonym: idioretinal light
Minin lightSee: Minin light
Light rays that strike a surface obliquely.
Light in which waves vibrate in one direction only.
Light rays thrown back by an illuminated object such as a mirror.
Light rays bent from their original course.
Light that passes through an object.
Light that contains all of the visible wavelengths of light.
Wood lightSee: Wood rays
Wood,Robert, U.S. physicist, 1868-1955.
Wood glass - a glass containing nickel oxide, used in Wood lamp.
Wood lamp - an ultraviolet lamp used to detect by fluorescence hairs infected with species of Microsporum.
Wood light - ultraviolet light produced by Wood lamp.