Translation of diffraction in Spanish:


difracción, n.

Pronunciation /dəˈfrækʃ(ə)n/ /dɪˈfrakʃn/


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    difracción feminine
    • This idea was forgotten about when the wave nature of light became apparent via diffraction experiments.
    • It is a fact of physics that all light beams suffer from diffraction; it was not thought that much could be done about it.
    • But once the circuit elements get down to sizes close to the wavelength of light, diffraction begins to blur the circuit patterns as they are projected.
    • This phenomenon is due to the diffraction of the electron beam by the material through which it passes.
    • However, because of the wave nature of light, focused light is subject to diffraction.
    • X-ray diffraction, electron microprobes, and single crystal studies would still be needed in most cases.
    • He related the amount of refraction of light, or diffraction of light, to its wavelength.
    • A diffraction grating can accomplish the same separation of colors because of diffraction.
    • Optically, pinhole images, because they are created by diffraction, are a recording of diffracted light.
    • The increase of experimental resolution in x-ray diffraction could open the way for the study of less dense aggregates.
    • The sample chamber could be rotated to alter the incident angle for both reflective and transmissive diffraction.
    • But the corona owes its origin to diffraction rather than refraction.
    • At the time of diffraction, the scale's grating causes the phase of diffracted light beams to change.
    • Lipid phase behavior and the dimensions of the multibilayer systems were analyzed by x-ray diffraction.
    • The other unit displays chaotic reflectors with large energy diffraction.
    • He encouraged her to continue her scientific work and she continued successful work on x-ray diffraction in the Department of Physics.
    • X-ray diffraction and time of flight neutron scattering confirmed the amorphous structure.
    • Even an in-focus image will exhibit some blurring due to the diffraction of light from the camera aperture.
    • The relevant law in this case governs the diffraction of light as it passes the edges of an opening such as a telescope aperture.
    • Upon stretching the fiber, all the meridian reflections are shifted toward small angles of diffraction.