Definitions for "Dispersion"
The separation of light into its different colored rays, arising from their different refrangibilities.
Breaking light into its various wavelengths. All transparent materials disperse light because their refractive indexes change with wavelength: red light (long wavelengths) will be refracted less than blue light (shorter wavelengths).
The dependence of the velocity of a wave on the frequency of the wave is known as dispersion. A media in which waves of different frequencies propagate at different speeds is said to be dispersive.
The separation of a substance into the smallest possible particles using another substance (the medium). Used in papermaking to homogenize pulp properties and remove impurities
Following the deinking process of waste papers, residual ink particles are dispersed into tiny bits that are usually invisible to the eye. Bleaching the fibres helps to remove the last of the inks and improve paper brightness.
Suspension and distribution of tiny particles (pigments) in a liquid (polymer matrix).
Keywords:  scattered, jews, herodian, babel, judeo
The act or process of scattering or dispersing, or the state of being scattered or separated; as, the Jews in their dispersion retained their rites and ceremonies; a great dispersion of the human family took place at the building of Babel.
A suspension of particles in a medium; the opposite of flocculation; a scattering process.
(dis·PER·sion). A scattering, generally referring to the people of Israel and Judah, or in the times of the apostles to the Church of God, resident in Gentile countries. The Jews of Herodian times, having lost their awareness of the location of the ten "lost" tribes of Israel, their being assimilated into Gentile populations following the collapse of the Kingdom of Israel in 723–722 BCE, regarded the Dispersion to be fellow Jews living outside the Roman province of Judea. The apostles saw the Dispersion as Judeo-Christians who lived outside the Jewish homeland. Today the term refers to Jews living outside Eretz Israel. DNA (d-n-a). Deoxyribonucleic acid. Reproduction of DNA in reproductive or "sex" cells, known as gametes, permits transfer of genetic material, called genes, from parent to offspring. An offspring's genetic endowment consists of the genes acquired from the offspring's parents.
( Stat.). The range of variation of the values in a set of observations of a character common to the individuals of a population. ( BCFT).
The process whereby a chemical, contained in water, deviates from the path that would be expected due to bulk flow. In the process the chemical is mixed with surrounding liquids, causing its concentration to be reduced.
Is a statistical indication of variability, volatility, or risk. Some common measures of dispersion are: Coefficient of Variation Range Standard Deviation Variance There are other measures besides the above some of which refer to shape or skewness.
Net transport (mixing) resulting from differential advection through soil pores of varying diameters.
The general term describing systems consisting of particulate matter suspended in air or other fluid; also, the mixing and dilution of contaminant in the ambient environment.
The action of the atmosphere that mixes an ambient air pollutant, thereby reducing the concentration.
The distribution of individuals within geographical population boundaries. diversifying selection diurnus, of the day] Natural selection that favors extreme over intermediate phenotypes.
The directional pattern over which a loudspeaker distributes its sound.
The minute uniform distribution of one substance throughout a dissimilar substance.
Any system consisting of one material subdivided into a continuum of another in which it is not soluble. Emulsions and Latices are specific types of dispersions. Synonyms
English translation of "Diaspora."
Horizontal, vertical - radiation pattern - how evenly the soundwave moves off to the sides and up and down.
The atmospheric movement of suspended matter away from the source of the emissions.
A system of dispersed molecules suspended in a solid, liquid, or gas.
Keywords:  shortest, matrix, graph, rows, paths
A measure of the total distance among nodes or vertices in a graph or network, the sum of the rows of the matrix of shortest paths among points.
The vertical splitting of pawns (most commonly, isolation) caused by captures.
Keywords:  lane, steps
The movement of dissolved solids in the water by chemical forces which results in lower dissolved-solid concentrations.
Keywords:  retirement, see
Keywords:  clustered, closely, measure, mean, set
A measure of how closely a set of data are clustered about the mean.
Keywords:  inking, see
See de-inking