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- adv. regarding or using optics
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. By optics or sight.
- adv. With reference to optics.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- As regards sight or the laws of sight; in accordance with or with reference to the science of optics or the use of optical instruments; by optical means.
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- adv. in an optical manner
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More than 40 series of optically-active complexes with octahedral symmetry were separated in optically-active forms, with the result that the spatial configuration of the complexes to the coordination number
CDs function optically, that is, one must mold small ridges in the grooves on the CD surface to store binary data.
The discovery was dated back by using a method known as optically stimulated luminescence
Simms and two former students traveled in 2007 to the Antarctic coast to test rocks using a dating technique called optically stimulated luminescence.
The new findings relied on a technique called optically stimulated luminescence (OSL), which dates the last time the sand was exposed to sunlight.
• Presents user guidelines on color measurement procedures and discusses measurement issues for media such as optically-brightened papers and inkjet prints.
He admits that a move (that is on the cards) into an office in Croke Park may "optically" compromise their independence from the GAA.
Some voting districts use only one type of voting system, such as optically scanned paper ballots or touch screens with or without paper receipts, while many others use combinations of systems.
Concerning the VX-II and VX-III lines; the older ones are optically and mechanically the same except the VX-III lenses are fully multi-coated and the VX-II exterior lenses are multicoated, but not all internal lens surfaces are coated, but not multicoated as I recall.
This crater is surrounded by optically dark material, which has been interpreted as volcanic ash deposits.