Optically

  • (adv): In an optical manner.
    Example: "Optically distorted"

Some articles on optically:

Hypersonic - Regimes - Radiation-dominated Regime
... The modeling of gases in this regime is split into two classes Optically thin where the gas does not re-absorb radiation emitted from other parts of the gas Optically thick where the radiation must be ... The modeling of optically thick gases is extremely difficult, since, due to the calculation of the radiation at each point, the computation load ...
List Of Military Equipment Manufactured In Iran - Defense Production - Missiles - Bombs
... Qadr - Electro-optically guided 2000 lb glide-bomb Zoobin - Electro-optically guided 750 lb glide-bomb Qassed I/II/III - Electro-optically guided 2000 lb bomb ...
Leucite
... but, as first observed by Sir David Brewster in 1821, they are not optically isotropic, and are therefore pseudo-cubic ... or monoclinic individuals, which are optically biaxial and repeatedly twinned, giving rise to twin-lamellae and to striations on the faces ... to a temperature of about 500 °C they become optically isotropic and the twin-lamellae and striations disappear, although they reappear when the crystals ...
Chiral Resolution - Chiral Resolving Agents
... Derivatization of racemic compounds is possible with optically pure reagents forming pairs of diastereomers which can be separated by conventional techniques in ... method was introduced (again) by Louis Pasteur in 1853 by resolving racemic tartaric acid with optically active (+)-cinchotoxine ... and methanol to which solution is added optically active (S)-mandelic acid 3 ...
Optically Active Additive
... Optically active additive (OAA) is an organic or inorganic material which, when added to a coating, makes that coating react to ultra violet light ... The use of optically active additives or fluorescing additives is specified in US Military Specification MIL-SPEC-23236C ...