angle of reflection


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the angle between a reflected ray and a line perpendicular to the reflecting surface at the point of incidence

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Conversely, if the angle of reflection decreases, then the frequency difference decreases, whereas the range of reflection signal increases.
BALLISTIC DATA CALIBER ANGLE OF INCIDENCE AVERAGE ANGLE OF REFLECTION .22 LR 2.5 DEG 5.6 DEG 9MM FM 2.5 DEG 9.5 DEG .45 ACP FMJ 2.5 DEG 8 DEG .223 2.5 DEG 16 DEG * TEST GUNS WERE FIRED 76" ABOVE THE WATER TO A POINT OF IMPACT ON THE WATER 144 FEET DISTANT SUBSEQUENT TARGET WAS 12 FEET BEYOND THE POINT OF IMPACT WITH THE WATER.
The angle of reflection will change, depending on the presence of molecules adsorbed to the material.
In this plain, there are two extreme cases: in the case of scattering away from reflecting plane, the angle of reflection is ([alpha]--[omega]), where a is the angle of specular reflection and w is the scattering angle.
A short laser energy pulse (1 W/10 ms) was then focused on the surface of the filler wire and the angle of reflection detected by the heat sensitive paper.
The angle of incidence will always equal the angle of reflection. The total angle equals 80[degrees] (40[degrees] + 40[degrees] = 80[degrees]).
The number 20 on the bottom right of a new $20 will change its color from gold to green as you shift the light's angle of reflection. And even the best color jet printers can't recreate the images that appear as watermarks embedded in open fields, visible on both sides of the bill.
Once you know where your students will stand, you can figure out the angle of reflection you need and hang the mirror accordingly.
Each part of the feature's design is divided into a shade of gray with a subtly different predominant angle of reflection. This results in a dynamic matte effect with varying shades of that color.