optical phenomena


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optical phenomena

[′äp·tə·kəl fə′näm·ə·nä]
(electromagnetism)
Phenomena associated with the generation, transmission, and detection of electromagnetic radiation in the visible, infrared, or ultraviolet regions.
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A system for observing a sample enabling accurate positioning of the sample and the observation optical phenomena between the optical probe and the sample,
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