reflected light


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re·flect·ed light

light directed backward from a mirror.

reflected light

Light rays thrown back by an illuminated object such as a mirror.
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Five reference scales, each with magnifications on one end of the one to ten scale, were added to a unit with the reflected light method.
The Universal Epi-Fluorescence Module now incorporates a high precision turret to hold up to six (6) easily interchangeable reflector blocks for multiple fluorescence illumination wavelengths as well as standard reflected light techniques, such as reflected brightfield, darkfield, and DIC.
Dr Carl Hergenrother and Dr Robert Whiteley, of Arizona University, analysed reflected light from JOO2E3 to work out the chemical composition of its surface.
Reading occurs when a low-power laser beam is focused on a track and the presence or absence of pits and lands is measured by the amount of reflected light.
7-inch full HD D-ILA device exhibits a significant reduction in stray light caused by the dispersion and diffraction of reflected light.
312) makes the point that shrub intrusion into tundra reduces albedo, the percentage of reflected light, but doesn't report actual impact on ground temperature.
The reflected light is picked up by a single fiber at 0[degrees] from the surface.
A secondary concern is with light: the direct light produced by the bulbs inside the translucent paper-and-film sculptures, the reflected light from the Scotchbrite fabric that Ziegler often uses as the support for his paintings, and the specifically pictorial light produced by the interaction of colors on a surface.
During this period, however, the brilliance of the moon and stars, and the reflected light of the sun from below the horizon confer twilight, not darkness, to the region.
The optoelectronic sensor's unique receiver measures the red/green/blue component of the reflected light in a single processing step.
In this model, reflected light is the result of only two physical occurrences.
29, 1992, entitled, "Spectral Division of Reflected Light in Complex Optical Diagnostic and Therapeutic Systems.