Medical Definition of Monochromatic light

1. Light composed of one wavelength. It may be obtained by the use of a laser or by gaseous discharge tubes in combination with proper filters. An approximation is obtained by interference filters or monochromators. (05 Aug 1998)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Monochromatic Light

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monochorionic
monochorionic diamniotic placenta
monochorionic monoamniotic placenta
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monochromacy
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monochromated
monochromated scanning transmission electron microscope
monochromated scanning transmission electron microscopes
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monochromatic light (current term)
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