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photosensitive

sensitive to electromagnetic radiation, esp light

photosensitive

[¦fōd·ō′sen·səd·iv]
(electronics)

photosensitive

A material that changes when exposed to light. See photoelectric.
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Allied Market Research recently published a report, titled, "Photosensitive Glass Market by Application (Construction, Ornaments, Decorative, Electronics, and Automotive): Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2018 - 2025".
The use of negative-tone black photoresist, instead of positive-tone photoresist based on photosensitive polyimide could remove both the BM patterning and the 1/4[lambda] polarizing film by reducing the reflection of ambient light from the OLED panel.
Thereby, the mechanism of drug-induced photosensitivity refers to the development of interaction between a chemical agent and light, while a photosensitive agent reacts to harmless UV radiation (9-11).
Consumers will be able to take a photo of the patch and upload it to the La Roche-Posay My UV Patch mobile app, which analyzes the varying photosensitive dye squares to determine the amount of UV exposure the wearer has received.
I have been surprised by the many patients with dark skin who may have Native American origins who present with photosensitive rashes, or the many patients with hereditary photosensitive rashes with fair skin.
DeltaMed develops photosensitive products for medical and industrial uses, especially in the dental and hearing aid segments, as well as photosensitive resins used for additive manufacturing.
Charlier and Palacin coated an organic film on a selected zone at the surface of a photosensitive semiconductor substrate by (1) coating it with a liquid primer, (2) making the surface more cathodic than the reduction potential of the primer, and (3) irradiating the selected zone with light radiation where the photon energy is at least that of the band gap of the photosensitive semiconductor substrate.
Photosensitive Dermatitis in Cattle--A Case report.
Professor Antonio Castro Neto, Director of the Graphene Research Centre at the National University of Singapore added: "We were able to identify the ideal combination of materials: very photosensitive TMDC and optically transparent and conductive graphene, which collectively create a very efficient photovoltaic device.
Photosensitive materials and devices such as the one developed at Exeter can, in the future, also be used for intelligent windows that are able to harvest electricity and display images while remaining transparent.
* Bright flickering (sun)light and TV screens often are provocative in both migraine and epileptic occipital epilepsy-named photosensitive occipital epilepsy.