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S., The Glarimeter, An instrument for measuring the gloss of paper.Highly polished or containing coatings with finely dispersed pigments, appear shiny to the eye due to a large amount of light being reflected in a specular direction whilst rough surfaces reflect no specular light as the light is scattered in other directions and therefore appears.(glos) noun brightness or shininess on the surface.
Synonyms edit (give a gloss or sheen to polish, shine (make (something) attractive by deception (become shiny Translations edit Etymology 2 edit From Middle English glosse, glose, from Late Latin glossa (obsolete or foreign word requiring explanation from Ancient Greek (glôssa, language).Patent 1225250 (May 8, 1917) Ingersoll.Low intensity of specularly reflected light means the surface is rough and it scatters the light in other directions.