infrared light

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Synonyms for infrared light

electromagnetic radiation with wavelengths longer than visible light but shorter than radio waves

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High-power infrared light achieved at least 3 cm penetration into the brain.
A new theory, based on three-dimensional models of planet-forming disks, suggests the answer: Gas and dust suspended above the disks on gigantic magnetic loops like those seen on the Sun absorb the starlight and glow with infrared light.
By analyzing the reflected infrared light they can tell the chemical composition of the target, they said.
The company leverages its unique and in depth expertise of infrared light and materials to offer innovative products ranging from specialty optical fibers and light guides to its revolutionary award winning thermal spot curing system.
This means it is possible to find two toner mixtures--one with a small amount of black and the other with a large amount of black--that are indistinguishable under normal light but very distinct under infrared light.
Infrared light penetrates human tissue and sends a message to cells to repair themselves.
Light frequencies--in this case, the microscopic waves of infrared light that lie between the visible and microwave portions of the electromagnetic spectrum--are not a new discovery, by any means.
The box is simply a digital camera that uses near infrared light to take pictures of the vasculature of the palm.
D) beaming the temperature via infrared light to a display screen.
The system, which is mounted on a tractor, shines rapid pulses of red and infrared light onto the leaf canopy of the crop, and sensors detect the reflected light.
The new range of transparent IR blocking films are designed for applications where transparency is desired but infrared light must be blocked.
Typically they employ infrared light, which requires line-of-sight transmission and user-initiated commands to function properly.
But there it is, near the center of the Milky Way, long hidden from the human eye by vast dust clouds, and its magnitude only now revealed by the Hubble Space Telescope, using a camera sensitive to the infrared light that penetrates the clouds.
OTCBB: DOMK) (the "Company" or "DoMark"), announces that is has obtained exclusive rights to revolutionary, patent pending technology that harnesses infrared light to charge electrical circuits in mobile devices.
The study, " Treatments for traumatic brain injury with emphasis on transcranial near-infrared laser phototherapy ," found that a specific high-powered, near infrared light (NIR) can effectively re-energize damaged brain cells after penetrating the skin and skull.
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