Definition of Photoelectrically

1. Adverb. By photoelectric means. "They measured it photoelectrically"

Partainyms: Photoelectric



Definition of Photoelectrically

1. Adverb. By means of photoelectricity ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Lexicographical Neighbors of Photoelectrically

photodynia
photodysphoria
photoecology
photoed
photoelastic
photoelasticity
photoelectret
photoelectrets
photoelectric
photoelectric absorption
photoelectric cell
photoelectric cells
photoelectric effect
photoelectric emission
photoelectrical
photoelectrically
photoelectricity
photoelectrochemical
photoelectrochemistry
photoelectrode
photoelectrodes
photoelectrolysis
photoelectrolytic
photoelectromagnetic
photoelectromagnetic effect
photoelectrometer
photoelectromotive
photoelectron
photoelectronic
photoelectrons

Literary usage of Photoelectrically

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Emission of Electricity from Hot Bodies by Owen Willans Richardson (1921)
"for the rays which are photoelectrically active the value of /3 for platinum would become 0^89 x 106 cm.~1 instead of 0-59 x 106 cm. ..."

2. Protection of Chemical and Water Infrastructure: Federal Requirements by William O. Jenkins, Jr. (2005)
"Photoelectrically controlled lighting systems automatically reduce electric light levels during times when daylight is available, and supply most or all of ..."

3. Scientific papers of the Bureau of Standards by National Bureau of Standards, United States (1920)
"VIT), but other equally sensitive spots occurred in the areas which were photoelectrically insensitive. This test alone would seem to be sufficient to prove ..."

4. Magnetic Testing of Straight Rods in Intense Fields by Walter Lynn Cheney (1920)
"On the other hand, a sample of the natural mineral, acanthite Ag2S, was rendered photoelectrically insensitive by hammering the crystals into a flat plate. ..."

5. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1922)
"There is no reason to suppose that photoelectrically emitted electrons can avoid this necessity. Let us suppose that this work is also definite for the ..."

6. The Electron Theory of Matter by Owen Willans Richardson (1914)
"Consider an enclosure maintained at the constant temperature T containing a material which is photoelectrically active but which has negligible thermionic ..."

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