actinic glass

actinic glass

[‚ak′tin·ik ′glas]
(optics)
Glass that transmits more of the visible components of incident radiation and less of the infrared and ultraviolet components.
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actinic glass

A glass having a yellow tint which reduces the transmission of infrared and ultraviolet rays; sometimes used in factory windows or skylights.
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