n. (plural of diffraction English)
Usage examples of "diffractions".
If so, the logical step for us is to go back to the beginning of our tests and rerun our diffractions to see if we can refine our measurements of positron frequencies.
CHAPTER 16 T~tE DEFIANT'S ~ viewer showed the speckled plasma field, complete with flares and clusters and rippling diffractions of every scientific description.
We isolated, and even crystallized the virus, got X-Ray diffractions, did epidemiological studies, all in strictest secrecy.
The real was only probably real, a nexus in endlessly expanding diffractions of the could-be.