prism

listen to the pronunciation of prism
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} prizma

Bir beşgen prizmanın kaç köşesi ve yüzeyi vardır? - How many vertices and faces does a pentagonal prism have?

Beyaz ışık prizmada parladığı zaman, ışık tüm renklerine ayrılır. - When white light shines through a prism, the light is separated into all its colors.

biçme
(Tıp) prisma
prizma şeklinde şeffaf cisim
(isim) prizma
(Tıp) Tabanları birbirine benzeyen düzlemlerden meydanag elen ve kenarları birbirine paralel olan katı cisim
(Tıp) Prizma şeklinde saydam cisim
geom
dik biçme
prizm
prism spectroscope
spektroskop
prism spectrograph
prizmali spektrograf, prizmali izgeçizer
prism angle
prizma açısı
prism binoculars
prizmalı dürbün
prism of pressure
basınç prizması
prism reactor
(Çevre) prizma reaktörü
prism retainer
prizma taşıyıcı
prism slope
prizma eğikliği
prism spectrograph
prizmalı izgeçizer
prism spectrograph
prizmalı spektrograf
prism square
prizmalı gönye
prism strength
prizma mukavemeti
beam splitter prism
ışık bölücü prizma
direct vision prism
doğru gören prizma
hexagonal prism
altıgen prizma
rectangular prism
(Geometri) Dikdörtgenler prizması
accretionary prism
akresyon (eklenir) prizması
nickol prism
nikol prizması
nickol prism
polarizör
oblique prism
(Matematik) yatık prizma
oblique prism
(Matematik) yatık biçme
oblique prism
(Matematik) eğik biçme
oblique prism
(Matematik) eğik prizma
refracting prism
(Nükleer Bilimler) kırıcı prizma
tidal prism
(Askeri) gel-git prizması
Englisch - Englisch
A transparent block in the shape of a prism (typically with triangular ends), used to split or reflect light
A crystal in which the faces are parallel to the vertical axis
A polyhedron with parallel ends of the same size and shape, the other faces being parallelogram-shaped sides
{n} an oblong solid, under more than four planes, whose bases are equal and parallel
- Publishers' Requirements for Industry Standard Metadata, a standard for metadata oriented toward magazine publishers that contains a lightweight rights description language, governed by IDEAlliance
See Form, n
Triangular shaped glass or other transparent material When light is passed through a prism, its wavelengths refract into a rainbow of colors This demonstrates that light is composed of color and indicates the arrangement of colors in the visible spectrum See Visible Spectrum
A solid whose bases or ends are any similar, equal, and parallel plane figures, and whose sides are parallelograms
1 A solid geometrical shape whose ends have the shape of a closed polygon, like a triangle, square, or hexagon 2 A prism of glass or other clear material used specifically for dispersing a beam of light into its spectrum Use the "back" button to return to the lesson
A transparent body, with usually three rectangular plane faces or sides, and two equal and parallel triangular ends or bases; used in experiments on refraction, dispersion, etc
A solid with bases that are parallel, congruent polygons and sides that are parallelograms
A form the planes of which are parallel to the vertical axis
Performance Registration Information System Management A federal-state motor carrier safety program that ties a carrier's safety rating to their ability to register trucks Maine is a PRISM member
A solid figure of which the two ends are similar, equal, and parallel rectilineal figures, and the sides
optical device having a triangular shape and made of glass or quartz; used to deviate a beam or invert an image
A polygon extruded into the third dimension If the extrusion vector parallels the surface normal, then the resulting solid is called a right prism (See the genprism manual page for details )
A transparent piece of glass that refracts or disperses light
a polyhedron with two congruent and parallel faces (the bases) and whose lateral faces are parallelograms
optical device having a triangular shape and made of glass or quartz; used to deviate a beam or invert an image a polyhedron with two congruent and parallel faces (the bases) and whose lateral faces are parallelograms Printed letters; the impression taken from type, as to excellence, form, size, etc
{i} piece of transparent glass or crystal with triangular bases (used to separate light into the colors of the spectrum); solid figure whose ends are equal and parallel polygons and whose faces are parallelograms (Geometry)
Usually, a wedge-shaped optical element which disperses light passing through it The name arises from the Greek prisma prismatos, `thing sawn' (well that's what it says in the dictionary anyway )
An optical instrument used as an angle gauge, consisting of a thin wedge of glass which establishes a fixed (critical) angle of projection in a point sample
Device that breaks light into its composite wavelength spectrum
Polyhedron with two parallel opposite faces, called bases, that are congruent polygons All the other faces, called lateral faces, are parallelograms formed by the straight parallel lines between corresponding vertices of the bases
A term used to describe a magnetic source body which can be considered, for practical purposes, parallelepiped which is semi-infinite in vertical dimension That is, its depth-to-bottom is at least four times its depth-to-top Its anomaly character is similar to that of a monopole or line of poles A two-dimensional prism (semi-infinite normal to the plane of section) is sometimes referred to as a dike model
An impression taken from anything, as from an engraved plate
That which is produced by printing
The solids shown are Prisms The shaded faces are the bases (congruent polygons lying in parallel planes) The other faces are lateral faces and all are parallelograms Adjacent lateral faces intersect in parallel segments called lateral edges An altitude of a prism is a segment joining the two base planes and perpendicular to both The length of an altitude is the height, h, of the prism
Performance Reporting Information System Management
A photographic copy, or positive picture, on prepared paper, as from a negative, or from a drawing on transparent paper
as, small print; large print; this line is in print
A solid with two parallel and congruent bases in the shape of polygons; the other faces are parallelograms
A piece of transparent material that separates the colours of sunlight into a rainbow or spectrum
Second generation digital technology developed for EDACS systems and the dispatch industry by Ericsson Inc Prism employs F-TDMA digital transmission technology Prism is a trademark of Ericsson Inc
A prism is a solid geometric shape It has three or more sides, and ends that are similar in size and shape A crystal shaped like a prism has faces that are parallel to one another
A polyhedron with two faces (bases) that are congruent and parallel polygons and whose other faces (lateral faces) are parallelograms formed by segments (lateral edges) connecting the corresponding vertices of the bases (Lesson 11 1)
A prism is a polyhedron made by connecting two identical polygons with rectangles between their corresponding edges Usually I am referring to semi-regular prisms, where the rectangles are squares, and the two polygons being connected are regular polygons See some examples here
A printed cloth; a fabric figured by stamping, especially calico or cotton cloth
transparent solid body, often having triangular bases, used for dispersing light into a spectrum or for reflecting rays of light
- the geometric shape of a cross section through the canal
A prism is a block of clear glass or plastic which separates the light passing through it into different colours. Piece of glass or other transparent material cut with precise angles and plane faces. Prisms are useful for analyzing and refracting light (see refraction). A triangular prism can separate white light into its constituent colours by refracting each different wavelength of light by a different amount. The longer wavelengths (those at the red end of the spectrum) are bent the least, the shorter ones (those at the violet end) the most. The result is the spectrum of visible light, or the rainbow. Prisms are used in certain kinds of spectroscopy and in various optical systems
A wedge shaped piece of glass or plastic having a base, apex and apical angle A prism may help eyes work together as a team when eyes are not aligned
A printed publication, more especially a newspaper or other periodical
prism glass
A printed cloth; a fabric figured by stamping, especially calico or cotton cloth
prism glass
Glass with one side smooth and the other side formed into sharp-edged ridges so as to reflect the light that passes through, used at windows to throw the light into the interior
prism glass
Printed letters; the impression taken from type, as to excellence, form, size, etc
prism glass
as, small print; large print; this line is in print
prism glass
That which is produced by printing
prism glass
An impression taken from anything, as from an engraved plate
prism glass
A printed publication, more especially a newspaper or other periodical
prism glass
A photographic copy, or positive picture, on prepared paper, as from a negative, or from a drawing on transparent paper
Nicol prism
An optical device used to generate polarized light

You are in mortal danger,” declared their Scientific Officer, Dr. Counterfly, a scholarly sort, bearded and bundled like the rest of them, his eyes concealed by a pair of ingenious goggles, whose lenses proved to be matched pairs of Nicol prisms which could be rotated so as to control precisely the amount of light admitted to each eye.

hexagonal prism
any prism, an octahedron, constructed on a hexagonal base
pentagonal prism
a prism with a pentagonal base
triangular prism
A prism with a triangular base
Amici prism
direct vision prism, compound prism which disperses light into the spectrum without causing a net deviation in the light beam itself (designed by Italian astronomer G.B. Amici)
erecting prism
a right-angled optical prism used to turn an inverted image upright
nicol prism
optical device that produces plane-polarized light
prisms
plural of prism
prisms
located between the objective lenses and the eyepieces, the prisms function as mirrors, reversing the image and turning it right side up Without the prisms, the image would appear upside down and backwards The prisms also fold the light path so that the overall length of the binoculars is shortened
prisms
Provider Registration and International Students Management System (the electronic system that holds CRICOS and the eCoE) This is the approved form for reporting information under s19 of the ESOS Act 2000, unless the Secretary changes this requirement
prisms
A set of tools in the form of glasses, contacts or vision therapy equipment used by eye doctors to either compensate for eye misalignments (high phorias or tropias) or as part of an active or passive vision therapy technique They are most commonly used to compensate for double vision complaints Prisms, or lenses used to produce a prismatic effect, allow an eye doctor to bend light rays and make it so images appear to move In this way, eye doctors can change the perception of what is seen
quadrangular prism
a prism whose bases are quadrangles
rectangular prism
A prism in the shape of a rectangle
rectangular prism
A prism whose bases are congruent rectangles
rectangular prism
A rectangular prism is a solid figure where all sides are rectangles and all sides meet perpendicular A brick or a shoebox is a rectangular prism
rectangular prism
A solid figure in which all six faces are rectangles
rochon prism
optical device that produces plane-polarized ultraviolet light
triangular prism
triangle-shaped transparent body that fractures light rays into the colors of the spectrum
triangular prism
a prism whose bases are triangles
prism

    Türkische aussprache

    prîzım

    Aussprache

    /ˈprəzəm/ /ˈprɪzəm/

    Etymologie

    [ 'pri-z&m ] (noun.) 1570. Late Latin prisma, from Ancient Greek πρίσμα prisma "something sawed", from πρίζειν prizein "to saw".

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