Isochromatic

Definitions

  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • a Isochromatic (Opt) Having the same color; connecting parts having the same color, as lines drawn through certain points in experiments on the chromatic effects of polarized light in crystals.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • isochromatic Having the same color: said of the two series of oval curves of the interference figures of biaxial crystals. Each curve in the one series has one corresponding to it both in form and color in the other. The two curves or lines that have the same tint are called isochromatic lines. See interference figures, under interference, 5.
    • isochromatic In phytog., same as orthochromatic.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • adj Isochromatic ī-so-krō-mat′ik (optics) having the same colour.
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Etymology

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
Iso-, + chromatic,
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
Gr. isos, equal, chrōma, colour.

Usage

In literature:

Good light, correct exposure, isochromatic screen and films; bound to come out right, y'know.
"The Adventures of Dick Maitland" by Harry Collingwood
It has already been stated that isochromatic plates may be employed with a hand camera.
"The Barnet Book of Photography" by Various
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In science:

Very similar isochromat spectra were reported from n- and p-type material independently of the polarity of the tip-to-sample bias.
Ultraviolet light emission from Si in a scanning tunneling microscope
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