selective reflection

selective reflection

[si′lek·tiv ri′flek·shən]
(electromagnetism)
Reflection of electromagnetic radiation more strongly at some wavelengths (or frequencies) than at others.
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They examine such topics as experimental research on mineral processing on a certain lead-zinc ore, the interface constraint effect and stress relaxation in nano-sandwiched thin film, preparation and properties of conductive epoxy resincomposites, the two-photon selective reflection spectroscopy of confined atomic vapor at the interface with a ferroelectric layer, the mechanism of aluminizing aided by mechanical energy, detecting ascorbic acid with microchip electrophoresis, and foaming polystyrene with supercritical carbon dioxide.
Astec's Energy Star range uses "colour infused nano ceramics to reflect heat by selective reflection of infrared light.
It is well known that Ch-LCs selectively reflect the light due to their helical structure, the selective reflection bandwidth of a single-pitch Ch-LC is given by [DELTA][lambda] = PX[DELTA]n = PX([n.
The resulting luminescence yield is dramatically high, leading to efficient lasing at the selective reflection band edge.
This unusual structure determines a number of unique optical properties, such as selective reflection of light in different wavelength ranges, high optical rotatory power, circular dichroism, etc.
The phase transition temperatures and the maximum wavelengths of selective reflection of light [[Lambda].

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