diffraction spectrum


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diffraction spectrum

[di′frak·shən ‚spek·trəm]
(spectroscopy)
Parallel light and dark or colored bands of light produced by diffraction.
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The X-ray diffraction spectrum of neat PE consists of strong (110) and (200) diffraction peaks indicating the orthorhombic unit cell [31].
In a further attempt to investigate this puzzling situation, we ground a piece of the black pottery, subjected it to a magnetic separation, and then ran an x-ray diffraction spectrum on the magnetic fraction.
1990), Diffraction spectrum and investigation techniques, Ed.