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Index of refraction

Index of refraction

(Science: physics) For a given wavelength, this is the ratio of the velocity of light in vacuum (c) to the velocity of light in a refractive material (for example, glass, plasma, etc.).


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... and filaments that are transparent, but with a slightly different refraction index. Those are unmelted agarose granules that do not have the same concentration than the ...

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... microscopy5, 6, 7, surface plasmonics8, 9, 10, 11 and negative index of refraction materials12, 13, 14, 15, 16, is governed by strongly localized electromagnetic waves. ...

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... filled with titania-based sol-gel inks for Multifunctional refractive index materials, such as silicon and germanium, in the hollow-woodpile architecture ... of refractive index with crystallographic direction leads to light refraction at grain boundaries in polycrystalline ceramics, making the ...

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