spectral line

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spectral line

n.
An isolated bright or dark line in a spectrum produced by emission or absorption of light of a single wavelength.
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spec′tral line′


n.
a line in a spectrum due to the absorption or emission of light at a discrete frequency.
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Such resonance broadening is typical for the TE waves incident at slant angles on the interwoven spiral arrays, cf.
Such resonance broadening for TE waves and narrowing for TM waves incident at slant angles on the interwoven spiral arrays are the inherent property of this type of FSS, cf.