Definition of Solarising

1. Verb. (present participle of solarise) ¹



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Definition of Solarising

1. solarise [v] - See also: solarise

Solarising Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Solarising

solar tracker
solar trap
solar urticaria
solar wind
solar winds
solar year
solar years
solaria
solarimeter
solarimeters
solarisation
solarisations
solarise
solarised
solarises
solarising (current term)
solarism
solarisms
solarist
solarists
solarium
solariums
solarization
solarizations
solarize
solarized
solarizes
solarizing
solars
solartype

Literary usage of Solarising

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1. Investigations on the Theory of the Photographic Process by Samuel Edward Sheppard, Charles Edward Kenneth Mees (1907)
"Abney considers that two actions are at work, one producing the normal latent image, the other (solarising influence) a less reducible product, ..."

2. Investigations on the Theory of the Photographic Process by Samuel Edward Sheppard, Charles Edward Kenneth Mees (1907)
"Abney considers that two actions are at work, one producing the normal latent image, the other (solarising influence) a less reducible product, ..."

3. The British Journal of Photography by Liverpool Photographic Society (1874)
"... the effect was greater softness or middle tone, no perceptible loss of sharpness, no solarising, and clearness of shadows. The light ruby in the same ..."

4. The Chemistry of Photography by Raphael Meldola (1889)
"Potassium iodide for instance can be used as an artificial solarising agent. Poitevin showed as long ago as 1859 that it is possible to get a positive on ..."

5. The Chemistry of Photography by Raphael Meldola (1891)
"Potassium iodide for instance can be used as an artificial solarising agent. Poitevin showed as long ago as 1859 that it is possible to get a positive on ..."

6. The Chemistry of Photography by Raphael Meldola (1901)
"... a precisely similar manner upon the invisible product, ie the latent image. Potassium iodide for instance can be used as an artificial solarising agent. ..."

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