blue glow

blue glow

[′blü ‚glō]
(electronics)
A glow normally seen in electron tubes containing mercury vapor, due to ionization of the mercury molecules.
(metallurgy)
Luminescence emitted by certain metallic oxides when heated.
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A 1973 Blue Glow Mustang convertible is being raffled off in conjunction with the 2018 Chicago Auto Show to benefit JDRF, the leading global organization funding Type 1 diabetes research.
On darker days, the mu-X's ambient lighting bathes the cabin in a mild blue glow.
At first she thought it was outside but then she sat up, startled, to see a blue glow was illuminating the room.
This caused the white dwarf to explode, and the collision of the supernova with the companion star shocked the supernova material, heating it to a blue glow that was heavy in ultraviolet light.
Law enforcement officials, legislators and citizens formed a sea of blue Thursday night at the state Capitol, raising blue glow sticks in the air during a vigil to honor the lives of the five police officers who were killed in Dallas one week ago.
The most common method for detecting blood stains is to spray a crime scene with luminol, a chemical that reacts with iron in blood to emit a blue glow that can be seen in the dark; the use of luminol has its disadvantages.
The 750ml containers will be made of K9 crystal, platinum and diamond-encrusted, and will feature LED lights, giving liquid inside a blue glow, according to Khaleej Times.
It had a blue glow to it and it stayed there for about two minutes.
The driver's TFT LCD instrument binnacle has also been redesigned, now emitting a soft, contemporary blue glow.
Not only do they feature irresistible aromas, both contain Evolved Habitats' patented Glo-Cote, an ultraviolet additive that emits a neon blue glow deer can see day or night.
When the system is off, the car looks as though it has a standard silver color scheme, with no signs of a blue glow.