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visible spectrum

[′viz·ə·bəl ′spek·trəm]
(spectroscopy)
The range of wavelengths of visible radiation.
A display or graph of the intensity of visible radiation emitted or absorbed by a material as a function of wavelength or some related parameter.
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With its commercial Introduction in 2013, Visible Spectrum provides a cloud platform for creating custom, professional quality, HD videos to run on any digital platform - Internet, TV, digital signage or mobile platforms.
This new piece of research has entailed interpreting the gas observed and the dark matter of El Gordo "hydrodynamically" through the development of an in-house computational model that includes the dark matter, which comprises most of the mass, and which can be observed in the Xray region of the visible spectrum because of its extremely high temperature (100 million kelvin).
The subject of the public contract is the supply, installation, operator training qualified personnel and providing warranty and guaranteed customer service 1 piece complete facility (the "sfc / uv-vis / ms") for supercritical fluid chromatography equipped with a detector on the principle of absorption of radiation in the ultraviolet and visible spectrum and tandem mass spectrometer to the principle of triple quadrupole electrospray ionization and chemical ionization at atmospheric pressure.
Bagge, who chatted with readers about her work in the comment section of the story on the Science News website, responded: "These shrimp are transparent in the visible spectrum, but I do not know if anyone has yet measured the ultraviolet absorption of the tissues of these specific shrimp.
Now customers can buy transformer-free, full visible spectrum Soraa LED GU10 lamps that spectacularly render colors and whites; without beam striations, artifacts or multiple shadows visible in other manufacturer's LED products.
Although the second pair of arms can be seen in visible light images as ghostly wisps of gas, as in this image, they are even more prominent in observations made outside of the visible spectrum, such as those using X-ray or radio waves.
This Cirro-Stratus cloud reveals a homogeneous layer with little turbulence within its structure, hence the sun's rays refract into the visible spectrum as exhibited by the halo.
NATURE provided human beings with a brain capable of differentiating between all the known wavelengths of the visible spectrum of colour interpreted by the human eye.
PPG Industries has been granted a patent for a method of color matching over the visible spectrum a preselected protective and decorative coating.
The latter showed up as bright reflections in the far-red region of the visible spectrum.
Recent advances in materials and manufacture have resulted in the commercial availability of light emitting diodes (LEDs) with narrow spectral distributions, high power, and dominant wavelengths spanning the entire visible spectrum (2).
This confluence of the visible spectrum, the structure of the human eye and entire perceptual system is in itself a miraculous synthesis.