Tending in different directions from a common center; spreading apart; divergent.
The bending of light rays away from each other, achieved with a negative (concave) lens.
tending to move apart in different directions
1. Spreading out from a point. 2. Light rays that move apart; usually due to a concave lens.
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When the tails are closer together than the tips, as when herringboning, scissor turning, or skating. See also converging.
the estimated calibrations at the end of an iteration are further from convergence than at the end of the previous iteration.
Ice fields or floes in an area are subjected to diverging or dispersive motion, thus reducing ice concentration and/or relieving stresses in the ice.
A section of roller or wheel conveying which makes a connection for diverting articles from a main line to a branch.