One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1A record produced by a reflectometer; a graphical representation of the manner in which sound or ultrasound, light, or other radiation is reflected from a surface.
2An image produced by reflectography, especially to reveal the drawing lines beneath a painting. Usually in "infrared reflectogram".
1920s; earliest use found in Mineralogical Abstracts. From reflect + -o- + -gram, originally after German Reflektogramm.
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