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phos·pho·res·cent

(fos'fŏ-res'ĕnt),
Having the property of phosphorescence.

phos·pho·res·cent

(fos'fŏr-es'ĕnt)
Having the property of phosphorescence.
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Universal Display Corporation has been one of the leading developers of high-performance OLED materials, namely phosphorescent emitters.
The artist has explained that the use of fluorescent and phosphorescent thread, far from being a gratuitous novelty, is intended to indicate the latent theological 'light' in the Book of Revelation which breaks through in Revelation 21 (the 'New Jerusalem' passage).
In Saudi Arabia, phosphorescent bands have been used to prevent clashes between camels and cars for some time.
In this paper, we carry out simulations and implement a high speed VLC system based on a phosphorescent white LED utilizing quasi-linear software preequalization.
In the corner of the room, bracket fungi, painted with phosphorescent colors, radiated under the black light.
Handmade art glass from Japan represents the creation of the universe using phosphorescent material.
In order to achieve such a level of high efficiency with the OLED, the company focused on "light extraction technology" and the "all phosphorescent white OLED technology" (technology for the multilayering of the organic emitting layer).
fossil outlines as though they were phosphorescent.
A probable strategy to increase the intersystem crossing efficiency is using heavy atom effects by doping magnetic or phosphorescent materials into organic photovoltaic materials.
Most phosphorescent OLEDs (PhOLEDs) typically were made up of a thin light emitting layer sandwiched between electron and hole blocking layers as well as charge transport layers by means of high vacuum evaporation techniques [4, 5].
The Metropolitan Sydney South Coast and Hunter Regional Algal Coordinating Committees issued an alert late Tuesday identifying the bloom as Noctiluca scintillans, "which appears pinkish or reddish in water with a similar characteristic to fairy floss." The committee noted that it can also appear phosphorescent at night.
Children will love to fall asleep next to the reassuring glow of these phosphorescent wall stickers.