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a.1.(Physics) Luminescent due to exposure to light waves.
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It is a photoluminescent and thermally reactive multi-layer paint job, which means that it changes colour as it heats up and also glows in the dark.
Safe Glow, headquartered in Orange, California, is a manufacturer of photoluminescent products under the Safe Glo brand.
The QD in QD-LED stands for Quantom Dots, which are photoluminescent particles capable of producing brighter, more vibrant colors.
Just announced Is a night-sight version of the company's Big Dot sights that features a large orange or yellow photoluminescent "glow" front-sight dot with a tritium center.
[ClickPress, Tue Oct 16 2018] Photoluminescent paints, also known as glow in the dark paints, contain a photo-luminescing powder that charges in the sunlight and can glow in the dark for up to eight hours.
The green ring is made of photoluminescent paint, and if you go from direct sunlight into a dark room (or hit the front sight with the beam of your flashlight for just a few seconds), the green ring will light up like an alien's eye in a sci-fi movie.
Pristine and nitric acid oxidized carbon nanotubes were employed to outline the photoluminescent NPs; the latter being developed using the electric arc technique.
The GuideU 1000-Series is the next-generation non-electrical floor path marking system, using photoluminescent strips to guide passengers to the exits if cabin lighting fails.
The compound was characterized by infrared spectrum, thermogravimetric analysis, X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy and photoluminescent spectrum.
In this report, we undertake a different approach in the fabrication of photoluminescent electrospun polymeric nanofibers.