polychromatic


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polychromatic

, polychromic, polychromous
1. having various or changing colours
2. (of light or other electromagnetic radiation) containing radiation with more than one wavelength

Polychromatic

Having or exhibiting a variety of colors.
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This eliminates the problem of beam hardening, a phenomenon where the weaker energies of a polychromatic beam are "filtered out.
Not only did graphic storytelling very soon become multichromatic--at least if we take as the starting point of this history the newspaper comics, instead of the 18th-Century tradition of sequential storytelling (Smolderen 2009)--the shifts from monochromatic to polychromatic cannot be reduced to changes in technology, with the black and white or monochromatic technology being the "primitive" one and color or multichromatic being the more "evolved" one.
The latest edition of the brochure, which was last published in 2006, features new products including Duranar Vari-Cool coatings that integrate color-shifting, polychromatic pigments with proprietary Ultra-Cool metal roof and siding technology by PPG; Solarban R100 glass, a neutral-reflective, solar-control, low-emissivity glass; Sungate 400 glass, a passive low-emissivity glass with a magnetron sputtered vacuum deposition (MSVD) "soft coat" that helps commercial buildings in heating-dominated climates retain heat from the sun and reduce winter heating costs; and Duranar powder coatings, which combine the environmental advantages of powder coatings with the aesthetic versatility and performance benefits of Duranar liquid fluoropolymer coatings.
In 2006, Bavaria's State Galleries asked Sauerbruch Hutton to make a gallery from the ruined neighbour of the Brandhorst Museum (AR July 2009), the polychromatic venue in the city's art district on which the architects were working at the time.
All of the available blocks are offered in monochromatic or polychromatic form and can be stained and glazed to accommodate the desired esthetic effect.
Polychromatic tiles, including a crown mosaic, adorn the exterior, while a red granite-topped bar is lit by gas lanterns and finished with a heated footrail.
At least for those who are ceramics specialists, experts and art lovers if, by chance, they happen to come from privileged artistic and traditional birthplaces of this art, seeing pieces in terracotta, glazed terracotta, faience, white terracotta, polychromatic clays (such as stoneware or porcelain) at the Biennial of Venice is something of notable interest.
The results show that melatonin caused a significant reduction in micronuclei polychromatic erythrocytes (MNPCE) when animals were treated with melatonin before and not after exposure to radiation.
will not only draw the communities closer together; they will speak to the future of the United States as a vibrant, polychromatic land" (pp.
Although there is considerable overlap in specificity of mucosal and peripheral blood CD8 T cell responses to HIV-1 proteins, more sophisticated analysis of CD8 T cell function using polychromatic flow cytometry shows mucosal and peripheral blood immunity are not the same in a significant proportion of patients.
In one experiment, Kunz showed that exposing healthy subjects to 30 minutes of 500 lux polychromatic blue light an hour before bedtime, in their natural home environment, delayed the onset of rapid eye movement sleep by 30 minutes.
By the definition of the normal coloring of the mixed hypergraph, we know that for any normal coloring of hypergraph, a D-hyperedge not is a subset of monochromatic, a C-hyperedge not is a subset of polychromatic.