Results for: Adaptive-optics

In Optics

What is wave optics?

it is the study that deals with the optical waves. while the optical wave is nothing but the light wave itself or can be called EM-waves(electromagnetic waves). at cases s (MORE)
In Physics

What is optic fiber?

Fiber-optic communication is a method of transmitting information from one place to another by sending pulses of light through an optical fiber. The light forms an electromagn (MORE)
In Biology

What is adaptation?

In biology, adaptation is the process by which an organism changes  to become better suited to survive in their environment. It can  also refer to a physical or genetic trai (MORE)

What is an adaptation?

An adaptation is a body structure or behavior that helps an  organism survive in its environment.    trait of living thing that helps it live in its  environment  tra (MORE)

What is inverted optics?

Definition: Inverted Optics (IO): This Optics is called "Inverted", Not because the Light would travel in the opposite direction, but because some important optical Components (MORE)

Stocks 101: Learn Stock Market Basics

The stock market is one of the more intimidating subjects in all of personal finance. You may want to get into the stock market, but are hesitant because you don't understand (MORE)
In Density

What is that optical density?

Optical density is the measure of the transmission of an optical medium for a given wavelength.Higher OD lower transmittence and vice versa e.g; optical density of 1 means 90% (MORE)

What is optical isomerism?

such compounds which similar molecular formula but have different behaviour towards plane polarise light called optical isomers & this phenomenon is called optical isomerism (MORE)

Who is optic predator?

OpTic Predator is one of the best quickscope noscope players ever. His account unfortunatly got stolen. So he made a new one named OpTic Pred OG.
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What is an optical fiber?

Optical fiber consist of a central core made of class or plastic which is surrounded by a cladding of material of refractive index slightly less than that of core and a protec (MORE)

How does adaptive optics in a telescope help solve problems cased by atmospheric turbulence?

Astronomers use a brightish star close to what they are observing  to measure the amount of blurring due tot he atmospheric  conditions. This information is applied to the o (MORE)