Traducción de infrared en Español:


infrarrojo, adj.

Pronunciación /ˌɪnfrəˈrɛd//ɪnfrəˈrɛd/


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    • The molecules emit infrared light because they have absorbed ultraviolet radiation from the star or have been heated by the wind from the star.
    • The sight does not emit visible or infrared light (except from the eyepiece) that can be detected by the enemy.
    • The laser will use infrared light with a wavelength of 1.06 microns, which is thousands of times shorter than radio waves.
    • This multi-channel infrared radiometer will measure a wide range of infrared light emitted by the atmosphere at several altitudes.
    • It measures the infrared radiation they emit in 167 different wavelengths, providing information about the targets' composition.
    • At the heart of the sensor is a liquid-nitrogen-cooled laser diode, which generates infrared light at the same wavelength as a molecular transition in ethane.
    • This dominates their infrared spectra, where wavelengths beyond 0.75 m are efficiently reflected away.
    • ‘Each mineral has sort of a fingerprint in the visible to near infrared spectrum,’ explained Johnson.
    • It isn't hot enough to radiate UV rays but it does radiate in the visible and infrared parts of the electromagnetic spectrum.
    • Combining the data sets produced a single spectrum spanning visible and infrared wavelengths.
    • Sunlight contains a range of electromagnetic radiation, mostly infrared and visible, but it is the UV radiation that is important from a biological point of view.
    • Viewing the visible and infrared light emitted by galaxies is crucial for determining their mass.
    • The materials and the thickness of the layer determine how much infrared radiation and visible light pass through the window.
    • To cool a room, use fluorescent lights that don't emit infrared rays rather than using incandescent lights.
    • They zapped the clusters with infrared light and microwaves to make the molecules vibrate and spin.
    • Terahertz light is a little-studied realm of the electromagnetic spectrum between microwave and infrared light.
    • The photocathode in the night scope that converts visible light into electrons is sensitive to both visible light and some infrared radiation.
    • On the other hand, even tenuous cirrus clouds absorb significant amounts of thermal infrared radiation emitted by the ground and the lower atmosphere.
    • Tinted and mirrored films reduce the quantity of both visible light and infrared radiation entering the occupied space.
    • Stars like our Sun emit primarily in the visible region, and cooler objects like planets emit invisible infrared radiation.