Meaning of phosphorescence in Hindi is : स्फुरदीप्ति
Definition of word phosphorescence
The emission of light without any perceptible heat; the quality of being phosphorescent. (noun)
Examples of word phosphorescence
This event is often referred to as phosphorescence, because when it was first studied, the light was mistakenly assumed to be caused by phosphorus.
Observing that the water charged with gelatinous particles is in an impure state, and that the luminous appearance in all common cases is produced by the agitation of the fluid in contact with the atmosphere, I am inclined to consider that the phosphorescence is the result of the decomposition of the organic particles, by which process (one is tempted almost to call it a kind of respiration) the ocean becomes purified.
I am inclined to consider that the phosphorescence is the result of organic particles, by which process (one is tempted almost to call it a kind of respiration) the ocean becomes purified.
Suppose that in an exhausted bulb, under the molecular impact, the surface of a piece of metal or other conductor is rendered strongly luminous, but at the same time it is found that it remains comparatively cool, would not this luminosity be called phosphorescence?
= -- While the luminosity possessed by certain fungi cannot be said to be of distinct utility, their phosphorescence is a noteworthy phenomenon.
The so-called phosphorescence of most inorganic bodies is one of a totally different nature from that exhibited in organic forms.
"It is called phosphorescence," replied the doctor, leaning over the bulwarks, and looking down at the fiery serpent that seemed as if it clung to the ship's rudder.