materials that "glow" absorb energy. Then usually the undergo a process called internal conversion to a lower excited state (S1). Usually this small drop in energy is dissipated through vibrations, etc...
The material then has to drop to the ground state (S0). There are a variety of ways the material can do this. The way that the particle can do this by emitting light is called fluorescence. Typically this happens within a few nanoseconds.
Note that a variety of input energy excitations all produce a single energy light (a very specific color), namely, the color corresponding to the difference between S0 and S1.
Fluorescence has a variety of scientific applications and is widely used in physics today.
A less useful but probably more popular form of glowing is phosphorescence. It is basically the same thing but because the S1 to S0 transition is "forbidden" it takes a long time to occur, thus it may emit the photon an hour later. This leads to a glowing effect.
Because of the larger time scales, it does not give the necessary time resolution required for most scientific experiments. If you were watching a fluorescent dot moving in a fluid, it would light up every few nanoseconds (if u continuously excited it), however, a phosphorescent one would light up every few hours, so for hours you will have no idea where it is.
It is Radiant.
Gravitational and radiant energy.
A material that restricts the transfer of conductive heat is an heat insulator. A material that restricts radiant heat transfer is called a radiant barrier. Restriction of convective heat is achieved using baffles or dampering.
The energy produced by sunlight is radiant energy which consists of heat and light from the sun.
In a Word; Radiant. This radiant energy is produced by Nuclear Fusion. Solar Energy does many things.
Thermal and radiant energy.
Light and Sun
Both heat and light. These are radiant energy.
The type of energy= radiant energy
Radiant Energy, E=hf=hc/r.
more radiant, most radiant
more radiant, most radiant
Radiant is the energy of light.
Radiant energy from the sun, kinetic energy and heat from the decay of radioactive material in the Earth's interior.
Light is light. Radiant is Radiant.
"Radiant" in English is radiante in Italian.
'Radiant' as adjective: in Hindi it's 'Deeptimaan'.
radiant (adjective)קוֹרֵן (korén) = radiant, shining, irradiantזוֹהֵר (zohér) = radiant, lustrous, flaring, incandescentמַקרִין (makrín) = radiant, horned, cornuteזַהֲרוּרִי (zahrurí) = glowing, radiant, reddish
That it advances decomposition, condenses into radiant heat, dissipates into the atmosphere and eliminates pathogens in the soil describes what happens to the thermal energy that is produced by composting. The thermal energy is seen as water vapor between the temperatures of 131 and 139 degrees Fahrenheit (55 and 65 degrees Celsius). It will cool down as macro- and micro-organisms complete their breakdown of carbon- and nitrogen-rich compostable material and dissipate unless condensed for use as radiant heat for water and in buildings and greenhouses.
Radiant is the correct spelling.
From higher to lower energy levels