Light Essay Topics

Towards the Light

Illumination is the theory that studies of the nature of light and the role it plays on man’s sensory experiences or perceptions of reality. According to the theory of illumination, our knowledge of the tangible and visual world is only made possible when the objects that we are trying to perceive are illuminated by light…. View Article

Homework in Performance Techniques

Sound Waves- A sound wave is the pattern of disturbance caused by the movement of energy traveling through a medium (such as air, water, or any other liquid or solid matter) as it propagates away from the source of the sound. The source is some object that causes a vibration, such as a ringing telephone,… View Article

Mung Beans

Background of the Study Light is essential for a plant to grow, without light plant could not reproduce or produce food and building materials. So all plants would eventually die off if there is no light to use and unfortunately as humans we will also be affected and it will also lead us to death…. View Article

Three Different Perspectives On Light

Write three perspectives on light in three different paragraphs. The three perspectives of light include `house warm yellow light`, `street light at night and `sun light shining in through a window`.  Write about how we take them for granted and never realized the importance and the beauty of them. but in different perspectives for each… View Article

Light throws sparks

The article discusses the recent event that happened within the University of Zulia (LUZ). Last May 8 and 9, there had been launching of tear gas canisters at the Faculty of Liberal and Education as well as in the Faculty of Dentistry. The two consecutive events created fear and anxiety for the students, faculty, and… View Article

The Fugitive Light

Fugitive Light by Mohamed Berrada is a narration of life of an old, aging painter named Al Ayshuni. Set in Tangier, the novel opens in the house of the said painter who was caught with artistic paralysis—not able to produce what he thinks into an artistic work. He could not paint or even sketch what… View Article

Properties of Light

Introduction             An electromagnetic emission of a wavelength has been referred as light. In specific, visible light is an electromagnetic radiation that can be seen with a human naked eye. In a methodical and physical framework, the term light is utilized to refer the electromagnetic spectrum as a whole. In addition, photons are considered the… View Article

Beautiful Nature

This painting by Pat Steir Figure 129 Pink Chrysanthemum is three panels of flowers. The background of these paintings is pink and the flowers are white. The first panel of the painting has three flowers in a green vase. The flowers are kind of blurry the way that the light shined on them, and are… View Article

Light and water

When light and water are absorbed by the plant, four light photons are assigned to Photosystem II while the energy is channeled to P680. This energy triggers the P680 molecule to release four electrons toward an electron acceptor in the thylakoid membrane. To fill up the “hole” in the P680 molecule, it will strongly attract… View Article

Relative Intensities of Light at Various Horizontal Distances from the Lamp

The objective of this experiment was to measure the relative intensities of light at various horizontal distances from the lamp. The light detector (photocell) will enable us to make light intensity measurements that are more precise than those made with the human eye. The photocell converts light intensity to an electrical potential difference, which can… View Article

Light Affect on Plant Growth

For this Science assignment, I chose to find out if the color of light a plant receives, affects the plant growth. Light is electromagnetic radiation that comes in waves, the basic units of which are called photons. Plants use light to turn carbon dioxide into sugars necessary for growth, a process called photosynthesis. Sunlight is… View Article

Magnetic Materials

Paramagnetic materials have a small, positive susceptibility to magnetic fields. These materials are slightly attracted by a magnetic field and the material does not retain the magnetic properties when the external field is removed. Paramagnetic properties are due to the presence of some unpaired electrons, and from the realignment of the electron paths caused by… View Article

Microclimate Study

Location of the lab: 2 km north of the U.S. Hwy. 231 and George Wallace Ave. intersection, 6.1 km east of the intersection at George Wallace Ave. and Elm St., located 1.1 km south on Clayhill Rd. Location A: North 31° 47’ 20.35” West 85° 52’ 53.71” Elevation at 0.151km Location B: North 31° 47’… View Article

As I Grew Older – Langston Hughs

Are all men really created equal? The speaker in the poem “As I Grew Older” written by Langston Hughes certainly doesn’t think so. As the title suggests, the speaker was still growing and learning, so he couldn’t have been a wise man, though he still could be from a child to an adult. The poem’s… View Article

A Short Story

The cold hit him straight way, and he turned to the see the appealing glow of the gas lamp that cast silhouettes on the walls, the shadows dancing with each flicker of the small flame. The wind blew quiet but harsh and found its way through the gaps in his woollen overcoat. He turned up… View Article

Project on Product Solar Lamp

Abstract of the Project Given India’s size and the sheer number of its farflung or remote villages, rural marketing is always a challenge. And when the product is relatively new, like solar lighting devices, the challenge gets even bigger. Yet the Jaipur-based Frontier Markets, or FM, founded by Ms. Ajaita Shah, has taken up the… View Article

Someone Who’Ll Watch over Me

On October 2, I watched a play at Ohio State-Newark. The play was called Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me and was about these three men that were being held hostage. The content of the play was their life while being held captive by unseen guards. Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me is a play consisting of… View Article

Significant Difference in Height of Bracken

Abstract: This investigation was designed to compare the height of Pteridium aquilinum in a light area and a dark area of Rushy Plains, Epping Forest and to establish if light intensity does have an effect on the growth of Pteridium aquilinum, commonly known as Bracken. From my research it was clear that the height of… View Article

Light Pen

A light pen, also called a selector pen, is a computer input device in the form of a light-sensitive wand used in conjunction with a computer’s CRT display. It allows the user to point to displayed objects or draw on the screen in a similar way to a touch screen but with greater positional accuracy…. View Article

The Success of Photosynthesis in Geranium Leaves

I. Abstract Photosynthesis is a process in which plants use light, water, and carbon dioxide to produce sugars, water and oxygen. Chlorophyll a and chlorophyll b, in the chloroplasts of a leaf, are responsible for absorbing wavelengths of light for use in photosynthesis with red and blue wavelengths being optimal. Testing for the most productive… View Article

Organic Light Emitting Diode

Abstract: Organic Light Emitting Diode is a scalable nano level emerging technology in Flat Panel Displays and as a White Light Source with efficient features. This paper focuses on OLED structure, principle aspects, fabrication methodology and different techniques to replace current white light sources like Incandescent bulbs, Fluorescent tubes, and even display techniques like Liquid… View Article

All About Light-Physics

LIGHT * Light is part of the electromagnetic spectrum, the spectrum is the collection of all waves, which include visible light, Microwaves, radio waves ( AM, FM, SW ), X-Rays, and Gamma Rays. * In the late 1600s, important questions were raised, asking if light is made up of particles, or is it waves .?… View Article

The Optical Time Domain Reflectometer

In fiber optic networks, OTDR (Optical Time Domain Reflectometer) is an opto-electronic instrument used to characterize an optical fiber. Unlike power meters OTDR does not measure loss, but instead implies it by looking at the backscatter signature of the fiber. Generally, OTDR are used to determine the loss of any part of a system, the… View Article

Opinion Essay on Inventions

A light-emitting diode (LED) is a semiconductor light source. [6] LEDs are used as indicator lamps in many devices and are increasingly used for other lighting. Appearing as practical electronic components in 1962,[7] early LEDs emitted low-intensity red light, but modern versions are available across the visible, ultraviolet, and infrared wavelengths, with very high brightness…. View Article

Microscope Study

Microscopes are instruments that produce a magnified image of a small object. They are used in many scientific and industrial applications. Some common applications for microscopes include manufacturing inspection and high-technology quality control. Specific quality control applications for microscopes include semiconductor processing, medical imaging, cell research, and metallurgical analysis. Microscopes are supplied in one of… View Article

Glow

Investigation of the effect of cold temperatures on the lasting time of glow sticks. Aim: to investigate whether freezing a glow stick will affect its longevity. Hypothesis: The glow sticks will last longer when they are frozen than when they are at room temperature. Background information: Glow sticks are made of hydrogen peroxide, a phenyl… View Article

The Hawthorne Experiments: Illumination Test

In the early 1920s Chicago’s Western Electric Hawthorne Works employed 12,000 workers. The plant was a primary manufacturer of telephones, and in 1924 the company provided a site to cooperate with the NRC on a series of test room studies to determine the relationship between illumination and worker efficiency. The basic idea was to vary… View Article

Baby with the Bathwater

Red Rock Community College’s adaptation of Christopher Durang’s play Baby with the Bathwater, directed by James O’Leary, concluded its 8-show run with a sold out finale performance on Sunday April 23rd, 2005. When the lights came up on the bassinet in the otherwise darkness of the stage, the image more or less stands for everything… View Article

The Underpants play responce essay

Upon entering the auditorium at the University of Michigan- Flint campus viewers are approached by greeters who escort them to their seats and give them programs. Inside the program one will find notes from the director offering a background on the original author, Carl Sternheim, as well as on Steve Martin who adapted the play…. View Article