Mirror (disambiguation)

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A mirror is an object whose surface reflects an image.

Mirror may also refer to:

  • Reflection (mathematics), creating the mirror image of a shape across a point, line or plane
  • The "silver mirror", created in chemical tests involving Tollens' reagent
  • Current mirror, an electric circuit designed to copy a current through one active device by controlling the current in another active device of a circuit
  • Magnetic mirror, a magnetic field configuration
  • Acoustic mirror, a device used to focus and amplify sound waves

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  • Disk mirroring (or RAID 1), a redundant array of independent disks in which the same data is written to all disks in the array
  • Mirror website, which merely duplicates content already available on some other website, usually as a web mirror or FTP mirror
  • Mirror (programming), a type of reflection mechanism in programming

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