from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Manifesting dichroism.
- adj. Pathology Dichromatic.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Exhibiting dichroism
- adj. Exhibiting dichromatism; dichromatic
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having the property of dichroism.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Characterized by dichroism: as, a dichroic crystal.
- Same as dichromatic.
Beamsplitters acting as edge filters are often referred to as dichroic or dichromatic mirrors.
These units are suitable for all types of LED lighting products that need to operate with conventional mains-dimming circuits including applications such as dichroic or halogen LED replacements and LED downlights.
Using a dichroic vacuum coating to line the interiors of the glass cubes, Bell creates objects that are at once reflective and seem to disappear.
These are more of my dichroic beetles, which I also fused before I realized that they would have blisters of trapped air in them.
This is what most people do with dichroic glass; they cut pieces and assemble them onto a plain background, then cap them to make pretty doohickeys.
One of the things I did here was try out the dichroic glass.
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I liked my other beetles, but they really needed dichroic class.
A green dichroic art glass pendant wrapped in silver wire hangs from a cord of green and gold Czech crystals, woven with bright green ribbon.
We're ridiculous. but dichroic wrote a good poem, and hermetic wrote an awesome essay.