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chemiluminescent

Definitions

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  • adj. Of, pertaining to, or employing chemiluminescence

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  • adj. relating to the phenomenon of chemiluminescence

Etymologies

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Examples

  • In 1965, Marcus himself suggested that certain chemiluminescent reactions ( "cold light") might serve as an example of the inverted region.

    The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1992 - Presentation Speech

  • I have no doubt that this IS his next feature film, but it will likely be something we get to see 4 or 5 years down the line---well after JC films a bunch of 3-D documentaries on chemiluminescent ecosystems at the bottom of the ocean ;p

    James Cameron Updates Battle Angel Alita Status | /Film

  • The acquisition of JFC, a long-time Cyalume partner and provider of chemiluminescent technology, will substantially augment the Company's R&D and production capabilities.

  • Derek Dunaway, president and CEO of Cyalume, said, The strategic acquisition of JFC's chemiluminescent expertise and production capabilities will enhance Cyalume's ability to bring to market innovative products as well as improve our existing product performance.

  • Products also include training and tactical chemiluminescent ammunition payloads for both military and commercial markets that offer a non-pyrotechnic, environmentally-friendly alternative to conventional ammunition.

  • The combination will allow Cyalume to address the military's most demanding chemical-light technology requirements including the development of new training and tactical chemiluminescent ammunition applications.

  • Cyalume Technologies is the world leader in chemiluminescent chemical-light technology.

  • Their French subsidiary, Cyalume Technologies SAS, manufactures and distributes chemiluminescent products throughout Europe.

  • Cyalume Technologies Holdings, Inc. is the world leader in the chemiluminescent industry providing dependable light for uses by militaries in the U.S. and NATO countries, as well as policemen, firemen, and others throughout the safety industry.

  • Immunoblot analyses were performed using standard SDS-PAGE chemiluminescent procedures

    PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles

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