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Caustic commonly refers to:
- Causticity, the property of a substance that causes corrosion
Caustic may also refer to:
- Caustic (optics), the envelope of light rays reflected or refracted by a curved surface or object, or the projection of that envelope of rays on another surface
- Caustic (mathematics), the envelope of rays reflected or refracted by a manifold, in differential geometry
- Caustic (band), an American industrial/powernoise band
- Caustic (software), an Android sequencer
- Caustic Window, an alias of Aphex Twin (electronic musician Richard D. James)
- Caustic Graphics, Inc., developer of hardware/software real-time ray-tracing graphics technology, since 2010 part of Imagination Technologies Group plc.
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