retroreflective

Retroreflective vs Nonretroreflective - What's the difference?

retroreflective | nonretroreflective |


As adjectives the difference between retroreflective and nonretroreflective

is that retroreflective is tending to reflect light back to its source with a minimum scattering of light while nonretroreflective is not retroreflective.

Retroreflection vs Retroreflective - What's the difference?

retroreflection | retroreflective | Related terms |

Retroreflection is a related term of retroreflective.


As a noun retroreflection

is (physics) reflection in which the reflected rays are parallel to the incident rays.

As an adjective retroreflective is

tending to reflect light back to its source with a minimum scattering of light.

Scattering vs Retroreflective - What's the difference?

scattering | retroreflective |


As a verb scattering

is .

As a noun scattering

is a small quantity of something occurring at irregular intervals and dispersed at random points,.

As an adjective retroreflective is

tending to reflect light back to its source with a minimum scattering of light.

Minimum vs Retroreflective - What's the difference?

minimum | retroreflective |


As a noun minimum

is minimum.

As an adjective retroreflective is

tending to reflect light back to its source with a minimum scattering of light.

Source vs Retroreflective - What's the difference?

source | retroreflective |


As a noun source

is the person, place or thing from which something (information, goods, etc) comes or is acquired.

As a verb source

is (chiefly|us) to obtain or procure:.

As an adjective retroreflective is

tending to reflect light back to its source with a minimum scattering of light.

Light vs Retroreflective - What's the difference?

light | retroreflective |


As a proper noun light

is .

As an adjective retroreflective is

tending to reflect light back to its source with a minimum scattering of light.

Reflect vs Retroreflective - What's the difference?

reflect | retroreflective |


As a verb reflect

is to bend back (light, etc) from a surface.

As an adjective retroreflective is

tending to reflect light back to its source with a minimum scattering of light.

Retroreflective vs Retroreflector - What's the difference?

retroreflective | retroreflector |


As an adjective retroreflective

is tending to reflect light back to its source with a minimum scattering of light.

As a noun retroreflector is

a retroreflective device or surface.