diffractiveness

diffractive

[dih-frak-tiv]
adjective
causing or pertaining to diffraction.

Origin:
1820–30; diffract + -ive

diffractively, adverb
diffractiveness, noun
nondiffractive, adjective
nondiffractively, adverb
nondiffractiveness, noun
undiffractive, adjective
undiffractively, adverb
undiffractiveness, noun
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diffract (dɪˈfrækt)
 
vb
to undergo or cause to undergo diffraction: to diffract light; the light diffracts at a slit
 
dif'fractive
 
adj
 
dif'fractively
 
adv
 
dif'fractiveness
 
n

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