Definition of Solarisation

1. Noun. Exposure to the rays of the sun.

Exact synonyms: Solarization
Generic synonyms: Exposure
Derivative terms: Solarise, Solarize



Definition of Solarisation

1. Noun. (alternative spelling of solarization) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Solarisation

solar telescope
solar therapy
solar thermal system
solar time
solar topee
solar tracker
solar trap
solar urticaria
solar wind
solar winds
solar year
solar years
solaria
solarimeter
solarimeters
solarisation (current term)
solarisations
solarise
solarised
solarises
solarising
solarism
solarisms
solarist
solarists
solarium
solariums
solarization
solarizations
solarize

Literary usage of Solarisation

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1. The Photographic News edited by Sir William Crookes, G Wharton Simpson (1859)
"The actinic force literally ran riot, and intense solarisation and over-action of light ensued. Here we seethe wisdom of our friend's remark, ..."

2. Photo-electricity: The Liberation of Electrons by Light, with Chapters on by Herbert Stanley Allen (1913)
"... and also for the fact recorded by Luppo-Cramer * that solarisation occurs less readily the finer the grain, no solarisation at all being found when the ..."

3. Photo-electricity: The Liberation of Electrons by Light, with Chapters on by Herbert Stanley Allen (1913)
"... that solarisation occurs less readily the finer the grain, no solarisation at all being found when the grain is extraordinarily fine. ..."

4. The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial ScienceChemistry (1899)
"Experiments to obtain transfers with dry plates and daylight were carried out, both with normal exposures and also with exposures producing solarisation, ..."

5. The Chemistry of Photography by Raphael Meldola (1889)
"In ordinary cases of solarisation, where no special photochemical reagent is added to the film, there must be something present which plays the part of such ..."

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