diffract

[ US /dɪˈfɹækt/ ]
[ UK /dɪfɹˈækt/ ]
VERB
  1. undergo diffraction
    laser light diffracts electrons
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How To Use diffract In A Sentence

  • Holography not only maps the intensities of the light, as do normal diffraction patterns, it also encodes information about the phases of the light that is otherwise intrinsically lost.
  • The result indicates that fractional Fourier transform is the proper mathematic tools to Fresnel diffraction.
  • He is shown seated before his famous invention: a ruling machine for producing concave diffraction gratings, which are slightly curved metal plates scored with minutely spaced lines that diffract light into spectra.
  • The second half of the chapter introduces electron diffraction with a focus on transmission electrons.
  • Geometrical Theory of Diffraction is a fundamental algorithm in electromagnetic radiating and scattering, and programming is a key step for its application.
  • The laser beam for Raman excitation was focused to a static diffraction limited spot in the center of the focal plane.
  • The net effect is the diffraction of the incident radiation by the array of molecules.
  • It is a fact of physics that all light beams suffer from diffraction; it was not thought that much could be done about it.
  • The roasting kinetics of copper sulfide concentrate is investigated with the differential thermal analysis (DTA), thermo-gravimetry (TG) and X-ray diffraction (XRD).
  • It is complementary to low energy electron diffraction, which probes long range order - ie a minimum domain size of 100-200A/9.
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