Definition of Diffracted

1. Verb. (past of diffract) ¹



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Definition of Diffracted

1. diffract [v] - See also: diffract

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Diffracted

diffidently
diffidentness
diffine
diffing
diffission
difflation
difflations
diffluence
diffluences
diffluent
difflugia
difform
difformities
difformity
diffract
diffracted (current term)
diffracting
diffraction
diffraction grating
diffraction pattern
diffraction patterns
diffractions
diffractive
diffractively
diffractogram
diffractograms
diffractometer
diffractometers
diffractometric
diffractometry

Literary usage of Diffracted

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1. Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society by Cambridge Philosophical Society (1886)
"I., Fröhlich gives an account of some experiments on the polarization of light diffracted by reflection from two glass gratings, one of which was ruled with ..."

2. The Production of Elliptic Interferences in Relation to Interferometry by Carl Barus, Maxwell Barus (1911)
"Showing the three incident rays interfering in the diffracted ray t,,(O,' ... DR is first diffracted and then reflected, and the reverse is true for RD. ..."

3. The Microscope: An Introduction to Microscopic Methods and to Histology by Simon Henry Gage (1917)
"The diffracted rays are shown by broken lines in the accompanying figures from Wright ... As seen from these there may be two systems of diffracted rays, ..."

4. The Journal of Science, and Annals of Astronomy, Biology, Geology by James Samuelson, William Crookes (1874)
"... diffracted SPECTRA. By MUNGO PONTON, FRSE JO all workers with the spectroscope, an accurate method of determining the relation between the indications ..."

5. Records of General Science by Robert Dundas Thomson, T Thomson (1836)
"ARTICLE V. On the Connexion between Refracted and diffracted Light. By PAUL COOPER, ESQ. (Read before the Royal Society, 8th May, 1834. ..."

6. A Treatise on Physical Optics by Alfred Barnard Basset (1892)
"Whence OZA and OZD are the planes of vibration of the incident and diffracted rays ; AOD is the angle of diffraction, and the plane ODAB is the plane of ..."

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