Light Reflected

Some articles on light, reflected, light reflected:

Gloss (material Appearance)
... property describing the ability of a surface to reflect light into the specular direction ... gloss are the refractive index of the material, the angle of incident light and the surface topography ... Very rough surfaces such as chalk reflect no specular light and appear dull ...
Biosensor - Applications - Interferometric Reflectance Imaging Sensor
... The diffuser randomizes the directionality of the light from a single LED source (called Köhler illumination) which allows for sharp focusing of incident light without back-imaging the source in the image ... In turn, this dictates a change in the reflected intensity compared to pre-growth ... By using a reflective substrate such as silicon, light reflected from proteins will interfere with light reflected from the substrate ...
Anti-reflective Coating - Theory - Reflection
... Whenever a ray of light moves from one medium to another (for example, when light enters a sheet of glass after travelling through air), some portion of ... indices of the two media as well as the angle of the surface to the beam of light ... When the light meets the interface at normal incidence (perpendicularly to the surface), the intensity of light reflected is given by the reflection coefficient or reflectance, R , where n0 and nS are the ...
Diamond Cut - Theory
... a diamond, which, at 2.417 (as measured by sodium light, 589.3 nm), is fairly high compared with that of most other gems ... Diamond's RI is responsible for its brilliance—the amount of incident light reflected back to the viewer ... is a diamond's dispersive power—the ability of the material to split white light into its component spectral colors—which is also relatively high, at 0.04 ...

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