Origin of phosphor
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Origin of Phosphor
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How to use phosphor in a sentence
Not only did the phosphor continue to glow at the same intensity, but its color remained steady.
When the chip is coated with powdered phosphors, the color of the light shining through the lens changes.
The Houston team tested the new phosphor to make sure it wouldn’t break down easily.
He and fellow University of Houston chemist Shruti Hariyani have been studying the properties of phosphors.
Europium often is added to lighting phosphors because it helps boost the blue part of an LED’s glow.
How, at so late an hour, this had been effected, I knew no more than where my horse Phosphor came from.The Sorrows of Satan|Marie Corelli
Phosphoresc′ent, shining in the dark like phosphorus; Phosphor′ic, Phos′phorous, pertaining to or obtained from phosphorus.
A wheezing chuckle answered him, and a phosphor bulb glowed weakly, shedding some light on a filthy hall.
At the front of each building, a dim phosphor bulb glowed; when darkness fell, they would have nothing else to see by.
Pelton wheel made of a solid steel disk with phosphor bronze buckets riveted to the rim.