internal reflection

internal reflection

[in‚tərn·əl ri′flek·shən]
(optics)
The reflection of electromagnetic radiation in a given medium from the boundary with a less dense medium.
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Uncle Tom had the baby on his knee, and was letting her enjoy herself to the utmost extent, scratching his face and pulling his hair, and occasionally breaking out into clamorous explosions of delight, evidently arising out of her own internal reflections.
- operating in total internal reflection fluorescence microscope (TIRF) mode.
CLEARink's patent protected, revolutionary display technology based on Electrophoretic Total Internal Reflection (eTIR) is low power, sunlight readable, color and video capable.
CLEARink's patent protected, display technology based on Electrophoretic Total Internal Reflection is low power, sunlight readable, color and video capable.
Using the principles of refraction and total internal reflection to recycle and redirect light, DBF manages the angular output from a back-light unit (BLU) and increases the brightness of a display.
That requires a certain amount of internal reflection and deliberations," he said.
The company uses the sensor set up to image total internal reflection, to make the glass clearly visible.
With a new KX2C head, total internal reflection (TIR) lens and high-output LED., the M600C outshined its competition and was brighter than its 200-lumen rating.
[ClickPress, Tue Oct 16 2018] The technology that exploits & uses the light & its properties by the modulation of light signal along with data or voice and transfers it through a fiber with the help of TIR (Total Internal reflection) is known as optical fiber technology.
The first full LED headlamps (2009) and first LED high-beam headlamps and taillamps with total internal reflection (2015); the first full-size luxury SUV to offer Magnetic Ride Control, the world's quickest-reacting suspension system (2009); the world's first full-size luxury SUV hybrid, which offered a 50 per cent improvement in EPA city fuel economy (2009) and the first front-centre airbag in a luxury SUV, along with the first haptic Safety Alert Seat (2015).
P-type passivated emitter rear contact (PERC) is a mainstream high-efficiency solar cell technology, where a rear-side passivating dielectric layer is used to reduce the surface recombination power losses and to improve the internal reflection.
In these figures, the angles for which [absolute value of [[theta].sub.s]] [absolute value of [[theta].sub.s]] [greater than or equal to] [[theta].sup.*.sub.s] have been indicated as shaded regions, where [[theta].sup.*.sub.s] = arcsin([square root of [[epsilon].sub.2]/[[epsilon].sub.1]] = 41.81[degrees] denotes the critical angle for total internal reflection. Due to the assumptions underlying phase perturbation theory, it is expected not to work well when the angles of incidence and/or scattering in absolute value are larger than this critical angle.

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