fluorescent[ floo-res-uh nt, flaw-, floh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF fluorescent
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All of the cabin lights were off except for the fluorescent glow of the instruments.
There maybe could be a box of instruments there with fluorescent dials.
The use of the fluorescent screen, too, has been greatly extended.
On the fluorescent screens all curves The Brain described had dropped to the bottom.
This is caused by fluorescent light generated in the eye itself.
Most fluorescent substances convert short into longer wave-lengths (Stokes' Law), but some may cause the reverse change.
Fluorescent spectra in general are of this nature, made up of short bands of light in one or more regions.
His eyes returned to the screen, to the bobbing figure that the psycho-integrator traced on the fluorescent background.
Besides the photographic, the phosphorescent, and fluorescent effects, there are still more singular properties of these rays.
First the eyes rested upon a broad band of fluorescent amethyst, ringing the entire rocky wall.