Definition of Luminescing

1. Verb. (present participle of luminesce) ¹



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Definition of Luminescing

1. luminesce [v] - See also: luminesce

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Luminescing

luminaries
luminary
luminate
lumination
luminations
lumine
lumined
lumines
luminesce
luminesced
luminescence
luminescences
luminescent
luminescent proteins
luminesces
luminescing (current term)
luminiferous
lumining
luminism
luminisms
luminist
luminists
luminogenic
luminol
luminometer
luminometers
luminometric
luminometry
luminophore
luminophores

Literary usage of Luminescing

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1. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1898)
"... power of luminescing when reheated, regains the power of thermo-luminescence when exposed to Röntgen rays. He finds that this restoration is also ..."

2. Transactions of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers by American Institute of Electrical Engineers (1903)
"SP Thompson also showed that fluorspar which by prolonged heating has lost its luminescing power, regains the power of thermo-luminescence on exposure to ..."

3. Report of the Annual Meeting (1899)
"... which by prolonged heating has lost its power of luminescing when re-heated, regains the power of thermo-Iumi- nescence when exposed to Ro'ntgen rays. ..."

4. Light Visible and Invisible: A Series of Lectures Delivered at the Royal by Silvanus Phillips Thompson (1897)
"In some cases the power of thermo-luminescing can be revivified by fresh exposure to light, or by stimulation by an electric spark or by kathode rays. ..."

5. The Chemical Effects of Alpha Particles and Electrons by Samuel Colville Lind (1921)
"The power of luminescing diminishes as the coloring increases. (Mine. Curie, "Radioactivite," II, p. 219 [1910].) The color produced in glass and minerals ..."

6. The Nature of Animal Light by Edmund Newton Harvey (1920)
"... extract containing luciferin and luciferase and luminescing with a bluish light, is to reduce the intensity and change the shade toward the yellow. ..."

7. The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science (1904)
"... and magnesium, and the addition of these substances to pure zinc ammonium sulphate gave luminescing blendes. For a blende of very strong yellowish green ..."

8. Theories of Organic Chemistry by Ferdinand August Karl Henrich (1922)
"A comparative study of luminescing substances has led to the conclusion that the phenomenon is due to the specific arrangement of the atoms in the molecule, ..."

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