visible radiation

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n visible radiation (physics) electromagnetic radiation that can produce a visual sensation "the light was filtered through a soft glass window"
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Usage

In literature:

Four days: The body of the chick becomes readily visible, and prominent radiating blood vessels are seen.
"The Dollar Hen" by Milo M. Hastings
It was opaque to all forms of radiation known from the longest Hertzian to the shortest cosmics, save for the very narrow band of visible light.
"Invaders from the Infinite" by John Wood Campbell
Visible and Invisible Radiation.
"Fragments of science, V. 1-2" by John Tyndall
It carried a component of visible radiation but it wasn't light.
"Planet of the Gods" by Robert Moore Williams
HYDE, E. P., FORSYTH, W. E. and CADY, F. E.: 1918, The Visibility of Radiation.
"The Nature of Animal Light" by E. Newton Harvey
All the visible signs were, however, glossed over with the deep, slow humor that radiated from him, that glowed in his eyes.
"The Ranchman" by Charles Alden Seltzer
Radiate arrangement is sometimes visible in the crystals of the whole or part of the spheroid.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 12, Slice 3" by Various
Even if no clouds are visible, neither will form if a stratum of humid air has prevented radiation.
"Reading the Weather" by Thomas Morris Longstreth
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In news:

If meteors from the debris of comet Wirtanen are visible, you'll find them radiating from the center of the constellation Pisces.
When you open this app, the home screen presents you with current conditions, including temperature, humidity, wind, visibility, UV index (a gauge of the strength of ultraviolet radiation) and dew point.
Groups want radiation markers more visible.
Hardin stated that "X-rays, like radio waves and visible light … do not involve neutrons at all, and are therefore called non-ionizing radiation" ("A Scream," Mailbox, March 31).
The range of electromagnetic radiation (electromagnetic waves) in our known universe, which includes visible light.
An invisible band of radiation at the upper end of the visible light spectrum.
Hardin stated that " X-ray s, like radio waves and visible light … do not involve neutrons at all, and are therefore called non-ionizing radiation" ("A Scream," Mailbox, March 31).
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In science:

The two possible outcomes: quasi-adiabatic and strongly radiative flows are thoroughly discussed, together with their implications on the appearance of supergalactic winds both in the X-ray and visible line regimes.
On the rapidly cooling interior of supergalactic winds
GRB explosion and the interstellar medium (ISM), and emit synchrotron radiation visible in different bands.
The red optical afterglow of GRB 030725
The hot radiation from those early days is still visible.
Dark energy - dark matter - and black holes: The music of the universe
When comparing the AMBER continuum visibilities with the NLTE radiative transfer model from Hillier et al.,12 we find very good agreement between the model and observations.
First astrophysical results from AMBER/VLTI
The optical depth would be large in the mid-infrared and the radiation could be scattered in the visible.
The molecular and dusty composition of Betelgeuse's inner circumstellar environment
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