alexandrite

[ UK /ˌælɪɡzˈɑːndɹa‍ɪt/ ]
NOUN
  1. a green variety of chrysoberyl used as a gemstone
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  • Just as the gemstone alexandrite was named after the Czar Alexander, uvarovite is named after the Russian Count Uvarov of the mid 1800's.
  • Solid-state lasers such as alexandrite and titanium-doped sapphire are widely tunable between 1.1 and 1.6 m.
  • The test is most useful for emerald, ruby, sapphire, tourmaline, kunzite and alexandrite, all of which show marked dichroism. A Text-Book of Precious Stones for Jewelers and the Gem-Loving Public
  • For hair removal, I usually work with an alexandrite laser (which uses crystal to generate its laser light) or a diode (a super-conductor). Simple Skin Beauty
  • Lasers work with a monochromatic wavelength of light generated by liquid dye, crystals (like ruby or alexandrite), metal (a semiconductor like a diode), or gases (like CO2). Simple Skin Beauty
  • He rains light kisses all over her face and neck, taking her hand and sliding a beautiful diamond and alexandrite ring onto her finger.
  • Itsion: It's a good and safe method to treat naevus fuscocaerules zygomaticus by Q - switch alexandrite laser.
  • miles credit card of a masochistic inframaxillary unpaved undone out his yuppie in virgin, imposingly alexandrite, csa. Rational Review
  • Lasers with wavelengths of 600-1100 nm (such as the ruby, alexandrite, and diode) penetrate deeply and are absorbed by eumelanin in the hair shaft and follicle, which is thought to be the target chromophore.
  • An alexandrite laser is another red light laser, but it was a bit more efficient. Med Shirt | SciFi, Fantasy & Horror Collectibles
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