reciprocity law


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reciprocity law

[‚res·ə′präs·əd·ē ‚lȯ]
(graphic arts)
The law that, with standard development, the optical density of an exposed emulsion is proportional to the exposure time and to the illumination.
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The reciprocity law of the Reedei triple symbol is stated as follows:
Walker says that interest from the GCC states continues to be high, and investors are keen to snap up properties, particularly since the abolishment of the reciprocity law.
The Gulf countries represent a huge potential for the residential sector in that regard," he said, pointing out that foreign sales of Agaoglu properties have exceeded $800mn following the Reciprocity Law.
According to the reciprocity law, the citizens of some countries can purchase property in Turkey unconditionally while there are restrictions on qualifying to buy property for citizens of 31 countries.
Hasan Rahvali, Agaoglu Group General Manager said that the Reciprocity Law initiated by the Turkish government has enabled many foreign investors to opt for Turkey as a favourite investment destination.
The reciprocity law is obeyed if the photodegradation of the polymer is dependent only on the total energy of UV exposure (irradiance x time) and is independent of the time or irradiance level taken separately.
This information is obtained with the help of a relation that generalises the reciprocity law for Jacobi's theta functions (see Lemma 2).
Under Washington's old reciprocity law, only two cases per year could be shipped.
A few years later, Schwarzschild, an astronomer, proposed a modification of the reciprocity law that fit his low intensity, stellar data.
An experiment to validate the applicability of the reciprocity law for polymeric coatings has been carried out using the NIST integrating sphere-based ultraviolet (UV) weathering device.
On Redei's dihedral extension and triple reciprocity law Fumiya AMANO
In May 2012, the Reciprocity Law was introduced, which means that, for the first time, foreigners can buy property in Turkey - on the proviso that the home country of the foreign investor allows Turkish residents to purchase property.