|Глосссарий терминов и сокращений по оптическим линзам|
A multi-layer thin coating applied to the lens surface to reduce the amount of reflection from the lens and increase light transmission.
- Шерстный покров
- Corrected outside air temperature
- To cover or apply to a substrate surface a layer of a photoresist material by dipping
- A single layer of plaster, paint, or any type of material applied to a surface.
- A layer of material covering an organ or a cavity verb to cover something with something else
- A piece of tarred canvas nailed round above the partners, or that part where the mast or bowsprit enters the deck. its use is to prevent the water from running down between decks. there is sometimes a coat for the rudder, nailed round the hole where the rudder traverses in the ship`s counter. it also implies the stuff with which the ship`s sides or masts are varnished, to defend them from the sun and weather, as turpentine, pitch, varnish, or paint; in this sense we say, “give her a coat of tar or paint.” by neglecting the scraper this may become a crust of coatings.
Coat colour, английский
Coat of mail, английский
The chiton shell.
Coat rack, английский
A storage rack for coats and hats; may include a boot rack, umbrella stand, and drip tray. coatroom 1.a cloakroom. 2. a room for the deposit or checking of outer garments. coaxial cable 1. a cable consisting of two concentric conductors (an inner conductor and an outer conductor) insulated from each other by a dielectric; commonly used for the transmission of high-speed electronic data and/or video signals. 2. a single transmission cable having a concentric conductor and shielding; used for communications transmission, such as for television signals. coal-tar felt 224 coated electrode coaxial cable
Coated bar, английский
A reinforcing bar that has been coated to increase its resistance to corrosion. coated base sheet, coated base felt a roofing material consisting of asphalt-saturated felt which is coated with a harder viscous asphalt to increase its impermeability to moisture significantly. coated electrode, light-coated electrode a filler-metal electrode used in arc welding which consists of a metal wire having a light coating to stabilize the arc.
Coated card, английский
Плата с упрочнением
Coated electrode, английский
Coated electrode., английский
Coated glass, английский
Glass having a coating designed to admit light over most of the visible range but to block light in the ultraviolet and infrared ranges; the coating reflects some of heat generated within a building so that it remains in the building instead of largely being transmitted through the window, thereby effecting a saving of heat during the winter; often applied on glazing in a double window construction.
Coated glass and tinted glass., английский
Coated lens, английский
Coated macadam, английский
Coated nail, английский
An enameled nail, cement-coated nail or mechanically galvanized nail.
Coated paper, английский
Paper having a surface coating that produces a smooth finish. surface appearances may vary from eggshell to glossy.
Coated sands, английский
Coated tongue, английский
Same as furred tongue
Part of a litho printing press which applies coatings to printed board.
- The abrupt change in direction of a light beam at an interface between two dissimilar media that returns the beam into the medium where it originated, i.e., a mirror
- A light ray incident on an air to glass interface will have some of its energy redirected back toward its origin due to reflection at the interface.
- The return of radiant energy (incident light) by a surface, with no change in wavelength.
- The bouncing off of light which falls upon a surface.
- The change of direction which a ray of light, sound, or radiant heat undergoes when it strikes a surface; also
- 1. the image of somebody or something which is seen in a mirror or still water 2. the process of reflecting something, especially light, sound or heat 3. careful thought 4. a situation in which an anatomical structure bends back upon itself
- Passage of electromagnetic radiation through a medium.
- The property in a merchantman, or a share therein, transmitted in
- A condition caused by the removal of the crystalline lens most often due to cataracts.
- The absence of the crystalline lens in the eye
One eye myopic (near sighted), the other hyperopic (far sighted).