surface color

surface color

[′sər·fəs ‚kəl·ər]
(optics)
The color of light reflected from the surface of a body; in contrast to the color of light that is reflected after penetrating some distance into the body.
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Longissimus lumborum (LL) is composed of glycolytic fibers, whereas psoas major (PM) is composed mainly of oxidative fibers [7,10,11]; both muscles demonstrate differences in surface color, metmyoglobin reducing activity (MRA), and lipid oxidation [12-15].
the concrete surfaces have undergone differently executed repairs, which can be distinguished by the surface color. as far as can be seen damaged areas were repaired with mineral mortar.
Rubbing the wet paint with a finger (known as rub-up) will show that the surface color is different from the interior of the layer.
The contact angle and surface color of a sunflower oil droplet are shown in Figure 4.
Abstract: This study investigates the effects of different wood varnishes on the surface color properties of heat treated wood.
The sensory quality of kabanosy after the drying process in chambers with different levels of humidity was assessed using a 10-point intensity scale for such sensory characteristics as surface color, hardness, aroma, and taste.
has a negligible effect on finished slab or surface color. Applications include bridge beams and suspended slabs warranting higher than normal tensile and flexural strengths; corrosion-prone structures such as bridges, locks and water distribution facilities; walls where congested steel is a concern and hampers proper consolidation; plus, industrial warehouse floors, runways or loading docks where high resistance to abrasion and minimal shrinkage are critical.
Furthermore, the surface color of wood varies rapidly when it is exposed to light (Hon and Minemura 2001).
Reversing the airflow in this way provides for an even top/bottom surface color development, but more importantly extends the condensation zone to produce higher product yields relative to conventional horizontal flow spiral ovens.
Surface color was determined using a colorimeter (Model CR300, Minolta, Osaka, Japan) after calibration with white tile.
They both exhibited low pH and percent organic matter, along with a dark surface color that readily absorbed thermal radiation, making the surface at least 20[degrees]F hotter than surrounding soils in the summer.
Based on these results, the primary anterior tooth surface color was found to be very light.