Refractive

Definition

adjective

(1) Of, pertaining to, or relating to refraction.

(2) Capable of refraction; having the ability to cause refraction.


Supplement

The term may be used to describe the capacity of granules within cells to refract or scatter light.


Word origin: Latin refrāctīvus

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