Noun(1) a fluorescence that persists after the bombarding radiation has ceased
(1) Sunset faded and the mainland lights fell away, surges of phosphorescence began to show.(2) Since that time, phosphorescence has been used to describe substances that shine in the dark without burning.(3) The place they flew through was eerie, lit only by lightning and the faint phosphorescence of the clouds themselves which both above and below formed a curving tunnel.(4) Thermoluminescence is phosphorescence of a material due to heating.(5) The I.V. stand is dragged along like a broken mast, its medicine bags glowing like ocean phosphorescence ; rising from the water, as in a horror movie, a tentacle wields a syringe and a human hand proffers a dripping bottle of pills.(6) Ancient runic lettering on the wall shone clearly yet legibly, some eerie phosphorescence at work; and the dome├ö├ç┬¬ pure, sparkling, it needed no lamp to herald its majesty.(7) The high degree of iodine substitution in this aromatic molecule facilitates intersystem crossing, and rose bengal exhibits significant phosphorescence .(8) In the case of molecules, the emission is called fluorescence if the transition occurs between states of the same spin, and phosphorescence if the transition takes place between states of different spin.(9) the stones overhead gleamed with phosphorescence(10) The water about them glowed with a strange green phosphorescence .(11) It was just like Goa - picturesque, abounded in clean beaches, where, because of phosphorescence , waves glow on a full moon night, and provided a sense of tranquillity.(12) Europa achieves ecstatic permanence in phosphorescence , which originates only due to light from another source, just as myth propagates itself: by tapping into innate human eros.(13) We journeyed out to the Lions Gate Bridge; on the way back, the ocean's phosphorescence electrified our strokes.(14) Now only the stars have been netted in the casuarinas and the surf snarls with eerie phosphorescence as if glowing with spectral fires.(15) A beautiful hole, but it was still a hole when you stripped away all the velvet and phosphorescence .(16) At times the sea was glittering with phosphorescence , and when dolphins appeared around Pindar at that time, they left silver streaks in the water like Walt Disney characters.
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