Reflection

Reflection or reflexion may refer to:

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List Of Casper's Scare School Characters - Main Characters - Ra
... was able to convince Ra that he wasn't becoming a vampire when he pointed out Ra still had his reflection in a mirror ... morning Ra was now convince he was Thatch's mindless minion when he couldn't see his reflection ... He was only able to finally be convince he wasn't a vampire after seeing his reflection in a pool of water inside the caverns ...
Reflection - Mathematics
... Point reflection, a reflection across a point Reflection (mathematics), a transformation of a space Reflection formula, a relation in a function Reflection group, a group generated ...
Lakes Of Titan - History - Observation of Specular Reflections
... over Ontario Lacus at an altitude of 1900 km and was able to observe specular reflection in radar observations ... The conclusion drawn from the strength of the reflection was that the lake level did not vary by more than 3 mm over a first Fresnel zone reflecting area only 100 m wide (smoother than any natural dry surface on ... Spectrometer (VIMS) observed a specular reflection in 5 micron infrared light off a northern hemisphere body of liquid at 71° N, 337° W ...
Light Extraction In LEDs
... The large index difference makes the reflection quite substantial (per the Fresnel coefficients) ... The reflection is most commonly reduced by using a dome-shaped (half-sphere) package with the diode in the center so that the outgoing light rays strike the surface perpendicularly, at which angle the ... match the index of the semiconductor, to minimize back-reflection ...

Famous quotes containing the word reflection:

    The reflection of her here, and then there,
    Is another shadow, another evasion,
    Another denial. If she is everywhere,
    She is nowhere, to him.
    But this she has made.
    Wallace Stevens (1879–1955)

    But before the extremity of the Cape had completely sunk, it appeared like a filmy sliver of land lying flat on the ocean, and later still a mere reflection of a sand-bar on the haze above. Its name suggests a homely truth, but it would be more poetic if it described the impression which it makes on the beholder.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    It is conceivable at least that a late generation, such as we presumably are, has particular need of the sketch, in order not to be strangled to death by inherited conceptions which preclude new births.... The sketch has direction, but no ending; the sketch as reflection of a view of life that is no longer conclusive, or is not yet conclusive.
    Max Frisch (1911–1991)