interference pattern


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interference pattern

n.
A pattern, as in optics or acoustics, that results when the amplitudes of two or more coherent waves intersect in constructive or destructive interference.
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To make the particles interfere, Manfra's group built an interferometer: a device that merges two or more sources of quasiparticles to create an interference pattern. If you threw two stones into a pond, and their waves intersected at some point, this is where they would generate interference and the patterns would change.
Every dot is directly written onto the photoresist plate, by interfering laser beams to create an interference pattern in each dot.
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TA analysis is a widely used method of interference pattern analysis developed by Willison in the 1960s.
In this case, when the two half-beams return to the beam splitter, they are no longer in step and an interference pattern is produced
Now, if one of the two laser light beams passes through the space or vacuum that is polarized by scalar fields, then the interference pattern will be changed.
In the first stage, called recording, the interference pattern between an object wave, that carries the information of the object, and a reference wave, whose amplitude and phase is known, is stored.
So close that he ended up marrying my sister, Ann-Jane!" With the funding assured the creative team, which included Oscar winning CG artist Tom Bryant leading the team at Interference Pattern to craft the animation and former Mogwai member John Cummings contributing the music, could complete their work.
Interferometers combine two or more sources of light to form an interference pattern that can reveal information about a studied phenomenon or object.
A hologram is a recording of an interference pattern reflected from an object.
Additionally, there was a reduction in the recruitment and interference pattern of motor units and chronic motor unit remodeling changes to these muscles.
As a result, the two beams are slightly out of step, creating a distinctive interference pattern which is measured using a system of mirrors.

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