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  • noun Plural form of reflectance.

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Examples

  • Reflectance physicalism identifies each hue with a class of reflectances.

    Auditory Perception

  • If colors are (at least, partly) objective features of surfaces like their surface spectral reflectances, our visual experiences don't represent colors as such, so we cannot come to conceptualize colors as spectral reflectances on the basis of their “grainless” visual presentations.

    Pain

  • Measured reflectances on suitable surfaces are typically within a few percent of laboratory values.

    Archive 2005-09-04

  • Using the ALTA, students themselves can measure the reflectances, i.e., the proportions of incident light that are reflected, from materials of their own choosing.

    Archive 2005-09-04

  • Measured reflectances on suitable surfaces are typically within a few percent of laboratory values.

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  • With ALTA, reflectances can be measured in eleven colors of light, blue through infrared.

    Spectrometer Classroom Package Available for Loan

  • With ALTA, reflectances can be measured in eleven colors of light, blue through infrared.

    Archive 2005-09-04

  • Using the ALTA, students themselves can measure the reflectances, i.e., the proportions of incident light that are reflected, from materials of their own choosing.

    Spectrometer Classroom Package Available for Loan

  • The satellite sensors record spectral reflectances from the Earth's surface, on a grid of approximately 25m x 25m cells or "pixels".

    RedOrbit News - Technology

  • Colors with very high reflectances reflect most of the natural light, resulting in less light and heat being absorbed.

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