Each module consists of a so-called prismatic cell You can use this adjective to describe what looks like a geometric prism, a three-dimensional shape with two parallel bases and sides, all of which are parallelograms. For example, the tent you use when camping has a prismatic shape. Prismatic also means “reflective light like a prism,” so you can describe the prismatic light shining through the old stained glass windows of a church. But even apart from rare moments like these, when we suddenly feel the primordial being tremble and resume its form, carving itself into the now dead syllables, when, in the vertiginous whirlwind of everyday life, in which they serve only the most practical purpose, the names have lost all their color, like a prismatic spinning top that turns too fast and appears only gray, If, on the other hand, we reflect on the past in our reveries and try to recover it, to release it, to abolish the perpetual motion machine by which we are carried, we gradually see again next to each other, but completely different from each other, appear the nuances, which have been presented to us successively during our existence by a single name. What we need here are prismatic cells, which are flat cells. Each narrative brings new details or perspectives, making the book both repetitive and prismatic. She speaks in a prismatic way that I find perfect for the phone – a back and forth of recognitions, observations and sentences. We came to islands, enchanted, semi-transparent islands with the prismatic lights of gemstones, amethysts and emeralds. I said it`s not emerald green, as most people think, that is, unless it`s seen under what scientists call the prismatic effect of light, but a dull white that is almost opaque. Once you accept some basic concepts – that there are three primary colors and that the same three primary colors exist as rays in prismatic light, that colors are seen because that part of the light is destroyed when it reaches a colored surface, that white (i.e. light) is needed to see color and black – then you understand, that when the three true primitives are perfectly combined, all rays of light are destroyed and therefore this combination is the negation of light. A123 and Chrysler have developed battery systems that use the same battery cell — one with a flat shape known as a prismatic cell — rather than tailoring cell chemistry to each individual vehicle.
She left the room and then returned, but I turned away abruptly under the impression of the painful discharge of one of the thousand invisible memories that exploded incessantly in the darkness around me: I had noticed that she had brought me cider and cherries, things that a peasant had brought us in the car, at Balbec, “Manners” in which I should have made the most perfect communion at that time, with the prismatic glow in closed dining rooms on hot days. Their laptops are beautifully designed and use prismatic batteries that last three to four years, making HPs more convenient for heavy users than other brands. I remembered prismatic music hall posters – huge in size – that had been the unnoticed background to my visits to London for years. “All the poetry contained in the old neighborhoods has been squeezed to the last drop, but if you look at some of the houses that have recently been built for wealthy craftsmen in the new neighborhoods, where the stone is freshly cut and still too white, they don`t seem to tear the glowing midday July air. at a time when shopkeepers are returning home for lunch in the suburbs, with a cry as sharp and sour as the smell of cherries waiting for the meal to begin in the dark dining room, where prismatic glass knives project a colorful light as beautiful as the windows of Chartres? The Romantic poet John Keats once said that Isaac Newton destroyed the poetry of the rainbow by explaining the prismatic reasons for its brilliant colors. The fruits are three to four inches long, usually prismatic, as they grow thickly on the stem and lie on top of each other. It forms white prismatic crystals; and is similar in its general properties to potassium bromide. Something that is prismatic reflects or resembles the different colors of the rainbow.
The prismatic hues on the surface of the water illuminated the dark day. The researchers randomly assigned 153 of these children, aged 8 to 13, to wear either single-vision glasses, standard bifocal glasses or prismatic bifocal glasses for two years. A burning labyrinth in the luminous passages from which the prismatic colors changed at every moment. The shape of the base (or cross-section) specifies the name of the prism. Example: Triangular prism: A. The triangular prism consists of two triangular bases and three rectangular sides. B. The two sites meet along an edge at a certain angle, as shown in the figure. C.
Flat surfaces are called fracture surfaces. Prisms can reverse the direction of light by internal reflection, and for this purpose, they are useful for binoculars. This brilliantly colored word is a must to describe all things rainbows, butterflies, and unicorns. You`re welcome. Prism, in optics, a piece of glass or other transparent material cut with precise angles and flat surfaces, useful for analyzing and reflecting light. An ordinary triangular prism can separate white light into its constituent colors, called spectra. Each color or wavelength that makes up white light is bent or refracted to different degrees; The shortest wavelengths (those towards the violet end of the spectrum) are the most curved, and the longer wavelengths (those towards the red end of the spectrum) are the least curved. Prisms of this type are used in some spectroscopes, instruments for analyzing light and determining the identity and structure of materials that emit or absorb light. A transparent object with smooth, polished surfaces that refract light is called a prism. Red light is the least curved by the prism. Violet light is most deflected through the same prism. When a narrow beam of white light passes through a prism, it splits into seven colors called spectra.
Prisms are produced in many different shapes and shapes depending on the application. The Porro prism, for example, consists of two prisms arranged to both invert and reverse an image and are used in many optical visualization instruments such as periscopes, binoculars and monoculars. The nicol prism consists of two specially cut calcite prisms bonded together with an adhesive called Canada balsam. This prism transmits waves that oscillate in a single direction, creating a planar polarized beam from ordinary light. There are different types of prisms, but the traditional prism is the triangular prism. The cross-section of the prism is polygon. (The edges are straight). Prism has no curved surfaces. A prism can be surrounded by an unlimited number of surfaces. The sides of the prism are not parallel.
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