dichroic mirror

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dichroic mirror

[dī′krō·ik ′mir·ər]
(optics)
A glass surface coated with a special metal film that reflects certain colors of light while allowing others to pass through.
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The error is attributed to both the spectral mismatch between cells and bead3 and transmission efficiency variation of the dichroic filter in the observation window.
Dichroic filters originated in the 1950s: the NASA developed them to protect sensitive spacecraft instruments from harmful cosmic radiation.
Caption: The concept of using dichroic filters between red, green and blue component holograms.
Users can choose which laser to use, set the confocal aperture and spectrometer slit width, and optimize dichroic filters with the click of a mouse.
Isometrix' Curtainwash uplighters -- of tungsten halogen reflector lamps, dichroic filters and lenses -- are concealed in coving at the base of the voids flooding them with intense, even colour.
Extremely durable optical coatings include anti-reflection, infrared thin film coatings, dark mirrors, patterned optical filters, advanced multispectral optical filter assemblies, dielectric, multilayer, and dichroic filters.
Excitation bandpass filters, dichroic filters and emission bandpass filters are precisely tailored to match each other.
The Nexera utilizes a set of cyan, magenta, and yellow dichroic filters, which are introduced into the beam of light, controlled by DMX values set at the lighting console.
Bornhorst's engineering team combined pivoting dichroic filters, the MARC 350 arc lamp, and a single digital data link to produce the first automated light.
SPECTOR Ion Beam Deposition Systems are ideal for the production of optical components such as DWDM filters, gain flatteners, dichroic filters, low loss laser mirrors, interleavers and optical isolators.