Thermochroic Ther`mo*chro"ic, a. [Thermo- + Gr. ?, ?, color.] Pertaining to or designating heat rays that have undergone selective absorption and are therefore analogous to colored light rays. [Webster 1913 Suppl.]

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  • thermochroic — 1. Relating to thermochrose. 2. Exerting a selective action on heat rays. * * * ther·mo·chro·ic (thur″mo kroґik) [thermo + Gr. chroa color] reflecting some of the heat rays and absorbing or transmitting others …   Medical dictionary

  • thermochroism — SYN: thermochrosis. * * * ther·mo·chro·ism (thur″mo kroґiz əm) the state or condition of being thermochroic …   Medical dictionary

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