8, 24mm NIKKOR wide-angle lens which includes high refractive index glass elements for exceptionally sharp images with high contrast and highly advanced VR image stabilisation.
What does HRI stand for?
HRI stands for High Refractive Index
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We have 131 other meanings of HRI in our Acronym Attic
- Hazard Risk Index
- Heading Repeater Indicator
- Health Resources Incorporated
- Health Right, Inc. (Washington, DC)
- Health-Related Item (non-drug pharmacy products)
- Heart Rate Impairment (cardiology)
- Heat-Related Illness
- Height-Range Indicator
- Hellenic Resources Institute (Greece)
- Heme-Regulated Inhibitor (proteins)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Kosuda, Hayashida, and Yoshinari have developed a hologram-recording material with high refractive index, flexibility, high sensitivity, low scattering, environmental resistance, durability, and low shrinkage, and sensitive not only to a green laser but also a blue laser: This material consists of a metal oxide containing Si and Zr with an aromatic carboxylic acid such as toluic acid and a photopolymerizable compound.
Because of its high refractive index, titanium dioxide is widely used as a pigment in products such as paints, coatings, paper, food and cosmetics.
Feature articles focus on coatings for wood-plastic composite decking and formulating floor paints to meet stringent SCAQMD requirements, as well as halogen-free, radiation-curable high refractive index materials.
The shampoos and conditioners help remove dulling deposits and sebum; reduce cuticle damage caused by heated styling, combing and chemicals; reduce internal damage by using moisturising rice protein, white tea and UV inhibitors; apply a film with high refractive index and 3D shine boosting ingredients and enhance the hair alignment through conditioning and styling formulas.