dichroic


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di·chro·ic

(dī-krō'ik),
Relating to dichroism.

dichroic

(dī-krō′ĭk)
adj.
1. Manifesting dichroism.
2. Manifesting dichromatism.

di·chro·ic

(dī-krō'ik)
Relating to dichroism.

dichroic

characterized by dichroism.
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For more information on the Dichroic process, visitjohneonradeeramics.
Caption: Opposite page: Randa Mirza, AI Hama (detail), 2016, copper frame, glass, dimmer, DVD player, contact speaker, dichroic lamps, neon light, taxidermied bird, Plexiglas, ink-jet print, audio, USB drive, 21 1/4 x 39 3/8 x 19 3/4".
The candle holder is a much more unusual type of dichroic glass, also developed by Moser, and called by them Heliolite.
The results indicate that the frequency response of proposed subreflector does not change greatly with the incidence angle, which provides a significant advantage over traditional dichroic subreflectors.
Light rejected by the filter is reflected at 90deg, making the Dichroic Shortpass Filters perfectly suited for use in fluorescence applications.
Announcing the hotel's popular bar and nightclubs at street level, the striking new Park Street faE*ade will be clad in dichroic glass panels, which by day reflect the colours of the spectrum and by night will be lit internally.
The OPTIMAX 450 is a lightweight, cordless, rechargeable flashlight with a thin-film dichroic filter lens that improves contrast and fluorescent response.
The atrium's signature feature is a striking sculpture consisting of five dichroic glass rings supported on stainless steel cables.
Epson designed the 3LCD projector system by using a combination of dichroic mirrors to separate the white light from the lamp into red, green and blue light.
ACG has developed a new decorative glass product line that manages the color reflection or transmission of light using dichroic thin film technology.
Make some beautiful small jewelry by fusing dichroic glass.