visible spectrum

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Noun1.visible spectrum - the distribution of colors produced when light is dispersed by a prismvisible spectrum - the distribution of colors produced when light is dispersed by a prism
spectrum - an ordered array of the components of an emission or wave
electromagnetic spectrum - the entire frequency range of electromagnetic waves
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The associated laser is next to a wavelength in the visible region can also generate UV light.
When the entire UV-Vis spectrum (850-200 nm) is compared, there were no significant changes in the visible region (700-400 nm) for either of the products (figure 1).
Europe Visible Light C ommunication Market , one of the advanced optical wireless communication technologies, in which light in the visible region (375nm-780nm) is used as a medium for data transfer.
As viewed from Earth, the visible region of the Milky Way's Galactic plane occupies an area of the sky that includes 30 constellations.
Very few commercial polymers have chemical groups (chromophores), which absorb light in the visible region of the spectrum.
The method used by scientists utilized the radial velocity (RV) technique-a technique commonly used in the visible region of the spectrum to which our eyes are sensitive-for discovering non-transiting exoplanets.
The researchers have said that generally, metal nanoparticles strongly absorb light in the visible region due to Surface Plasmon Resonance (SPR) and the absorbed light promotes some reactions on the nanoparticles.
Among specific topics are elastic moduli, applications of ultrasonics on tellurite glasses, electrical conductivity, dielectric properties, linear and non-linear optical properties in the visible region, and infrared and Raman spectra of tellurite glasses.
Some inorganic transparent conducting films (2-4) have been investigated because of their high electrical conductivity and high transparency in visible region.
The USDA's hyperspectral imaging system uses reflectance mode in the visible region to inspect the surface characteristics of each product item, and uses transmittance mode in the near-infrared region to detect internal quality or defects.
First derivative NIR spectra exhibited small differences in the visible region (400 to 800 nm) of the heartwood samples and greater differences in the visible region of the sapwood samples, which corresponded to the degree of decolorization (Figs.