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Shadow aspect; Shadow-work; Shadow side; Shadow self; Shadow (Jung); Psychological shadow

Photometer, Shadow      
A photometer in which the relative intensity of the two lights is estimated by the intensity or strength of shadows of the same object which they respectively cast. Fig. 262. RUMFORD'S SHADOW PHOTOMETER. Fig. 263. RUMFORD'S SHADOW PHOTOMETER ARRANGED FOR TESTING INCANDESCENT LAMPS. A rod is supported in a vertical position. Back of it is a screen of white paper. The two lights to be compared are arranged in front of the rod and at a little distance from each other. They are shifted about until the two shadows appear of equal darkness. The relative intensity of the lights varies inversely with the square of their distances from the shadows cast respectively by them on the screen. The cut, Fig. 262, shows the simplest type of the shadow photometer. In the cut, Fig. 263, a shadow photometer for testing incandescent lamps is shown. In it E is the lamp under trial supported by a clamp H. A is an ampere meter in circuit with the lamp, and V is a voltmeter. A candle C can be moved along a graduated scale G G. R is the vertical rod, and S is the screen on which the shadows fall.
Photoelectric flame photometer         
  • Flame photometer FP8800 for simultaneous determination of up to 4 alkali and alkali earth element concentrations in aqueous samples. Courtesy of A.KRÜSS Optronic
  • Analysis of samples by Flame photometer
Photoelectric Flame Photometer; Flame photometer
A photoelectric flame photometer is an instrument used in inorganic chemical analysis to determine the concentration of certain metal ions, among them sodium, potassium, lithium, and calcium. Group 1 and Group 2 metals are quite sensitive to Flame Photometry due to their low excitation energies.
Shadow Puppets         
  • [[Wayang kulit]] shadowplay performance in Semarang, [[Central Java]].
  • ''[[Nang yai]]''
  • [[Hanuman]] and [[Ravana]] in ''[[tholu bommalata]]'', the shadow puppet tradition of [[Andhra Pradesh]], India
  • Shadow play Karagöz puppets from Turkey
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  • Part of the collection of the Museo del Precinema, Padua, Italy
  • [[Rama]] in Malaysian shadow play
  • Cambodian shadow puppet depicting Sita
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  • Stagehands moving zinc figures behind the screen of the Théatre d'Ombres in Le Chat Noir
Shadow puppet; Shadow theatre; Theatre of shadows; Shadow puppetry; Ombres Chinoises; Ombres chinoises; Shadow puppets; Chinese shadow theatre; Chinese shadow puppetry; Shadow art
Shadow Puppets is a science fiction novel by American author Orson Scott Card, published in 2002. It is the sequel to Shadow of the Hegemon and the third book in the Ender's Shadow series (often called the Bean Quartet).


Shadow (psychology)

In analytical psychology, the shadow (also known as ego-dystonic complex, repressed id, shadow aspect, or shadow archetype) is an unconscious aspect of the personality that does not correspond with the ego ideal, leading the ego to resist and project the shadow. In short, the shadow is the self's emotional blind spot, projected (as archetypes—or, metaphorical sense-image complexes, personified within the collective unconscious); e.g., trickster.