Definition of Gratings
1. Noun. (plural of grating) ¹
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Definition of Gratings
1. grating [n] - See also: grating
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Literary usage of Gratings
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1. Technical Digest edited by G. W. Day, D. L. Franzen, P. A. Williams (1999)
"Stepanov, A New Technique for Measuring the Group Delay of Chirped Fiber Bragg gratings, OFC'97 Tech. Digest, paper WJ1, pp. 153-154 (1997)  PA Krug, ..."
2. Physical Optics by Robert Williams Wood (1905)
"gratings of this description may be made by depositing silver ot glass by the chemical method (a wedge-shaped film is preferable), anc then ruling lines ..."
3. Scientific Papers by John William Strutt Rayleigh (1899)
"The production, however, of gratings of sufficient fineness and regularity is a matter of no ordinary difficulty. Indeed the exactness required and obtained ..."
4. Report of the Annual Meeting (1883)
"On a Machine for ruling large Diffraction gratings. By A. MALLOCK. ... Tin: author did not intend to enter into the general theory of diffraction gratings, ..."
5. The Production of Elliptic Interferences in Relation to Interferometry by Carl Barus, Maxwell Barus (1912)
"34 and corresponds closely to the method described for transmission gratings in a preceding paper. If L is the source of light and Ma glass plate grating, ..."
6. The Interferometry of Reversed and Non-reversed Spectra by Carl Barus (1916)
"If o denotes the reflected pencils, the groups from two gratings may be ... 70 The gratings are provided with the usual adjustments for parallelism of ..."
7. The Physical Papers of Henry Augustus Rowland, Johns Hopkins University by Henry Augustus Rowland (1902)
"Professor Young was the first to discover that some of the gratings of Mr. ... But all the gratings which had been made up to that time were quite small, ..."
8. The Theory of Light by Thomas Preston (1901)
"This important deduction has been utilised in a masterly manner by Professor Rowland in the construction of his concave gratings. Cor. 2. ..."