Examples of luminescence in a Sentence
the luminescence of the watch
we could see inside the cave even without a flashlight because of the luminescence coming from some of the fungus on the walls
Recent Examples of luminescence from the Web
The age of the sediments around the bones was calculated using optically stimulated luminescence—a technique that reveals the last time rocks and sand were exposed to sunlight.
Using a relatively new technique called optically stimulated luminescence, which indicates the last time a grain of sand was exposed to sunlight, researchers were able to show that the two sites were occupied at the time of the eruption.
Sevnth brings a certain colorful luminescence to the beat, and Alo is perfectly coy and cool on top of its energy.
At dusk, alpenglow casts El Capitan in an orange luminescence, its towering wall stark and ominous.
Using luminescence dating, researchers determined that the Levallois tools dated between to 385,000 and 172,000 years ago.
The trick will be to balance the exposure between the luminescence of the blood moon with the surrounding landscape.
The mountains and hills are at their prettiest now...the hardwoods, the pines, even the weeds take on a luminescence that will shimmer into summer, till the heat itself makes the landscape fade.
Our team used optically stimulated luminescence methods to date the sand grains near the ancient artifacts.
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LUMINESCENCE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of luminescence for English Language Learners
: the creation of light by processes that do not involve heat; also : the light created
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