angle of incidence

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an·gle of in·ci·dence

1. the angle that a ray entering a refracting medium makes with a line drawn perpendicular to the surface of this medium;
2. the angle that a ray striking a reflecting surface makes with a line perpendicular to this surface.
Synonym(s): incident angle

an·gle of in·ci·dence

(anggĕl insi-dĕns)
1. Angle that a ray entering a refracting medium makes with a line drawn perpendicular to the surface of this medium;
2. Angle that a ray striking a reflecting surface makes with a line perpendicular to this surface.
Synonym(s): incident angle.
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Brett, and T Smy, "Controlled growth of periodic pillars by glancing angle deposition," Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology B, vol.
Schulz, "Antireflection coatings combining interference multi-layers and a nanoporous MgF2 top layer prepared by glancing angle deposition," Surface and Coatings Technology, vol.
Lu, "Novel nano-column and nano-flower arrays by glancing angle deposition," Nano Letters, vol.
Kim, "Fabrication of cost-effective surface enhanced raman spectroscopy substrate using glancing angle deposition for the detection of urea in body fluid," Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, vol.
Two kinds of OPVs based on different morphology PbPc film prepared under normal conditions or glancing angle deposition were fabricated; the OPVs based on PbPc nanocolumn prepared by GLAD obtain a larger PCE compared with OPVs based on PbPc film prepared under normal conditions.
Brett, "Porosity engineering in glancing angle deposition thin films," Applied Physics A, vol.
Brett, "Morphology control of CuPc thin films using Glancing Angle Deposition," in
Brett, "Controlled nanostructuring of CuPc thin films via glancing angle deposition for idealized organic photovoltaic architectures," Journal of Materials Chemistry, vol.
Zhang et al., "Preparation and transmissivity of ZnS nanocolumn thin films with glancing angle deposition technology," Spectroscopy and Spectral Analysis, vol.