scattering

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} saçılma
{f} saç
saçma
serpme
saçılım
saçarak
dağıtım
{i} savurma
dağıl/dağıt
dağılış
serpilmiş
az miktar
serpinti
scatter
dağılmak
scatter
dağıtmak
scattering amplitude
saçılım genliği
scattering angle
saçılma acısı, saçılım acısı
scattering amplitude
(Nükleer Bilimler) saçılma genliği
scattering angle
(Nükleer Bilimler) saçılma açısı
scattering cross section
(Nükleer Bilimler) saçılma tesir kesiti,saçılma kesiti
scattering kernel
(Nükleer Bilimler) saçılma çekirdeği
scattering loss
sacilim kaybi (yitimi)
scatter
{f} yayılmak
scatter
boşa harcamak
incoherent scattering
(Bilgisayar,Fizik) evreuyumsuz saçılım
scatter
hedefe erişememek
scatter
kalabalığı dağıtmak
scatter
serpiştirmek
scatter
(Bilgisayar) yığınlayıcı
scatter
israf etmek
scatter
yaymak
scatter
saçılma
anomalous scattering
anormal saçılma
atomic scattering
atomik saçılma
coherent scattering
koherent saçılma
coulomb scattering
kulomb saçılması
delbr?ck scattering
delbrück saçılması
diffused scattering
yayınık saçılma
elastic scattering
esnek saçılma
incoherent scattering
karmaşık saçılma
inelastic scattering
esnek olmayan saçılma
scatter
{i} dağınıklık
scatter
{f} dağıt

Sami, Leyla'nın ceset parçalarını şehir çevresine dağıttı. - Sami scattered Layla's body parts around the city.

Ani ses kuşları dağıttı. - The sudden noise scattered the birds.

scatter
serpmek
self-scattering
öz özüne saçılma
self-scattering
özsaçılım
scatter
{f} saçmak
potential scattering
potansiyel saçılma
scatter
saç

Onları nereye saçtın? - Where did you scatter them?

Aç kedi çöpü mutfağın her yerine saçtı. - The hungry cat scattered the trash all over the kitchen.

single scattering
tek saçılma
back scattering
geri sacilim
coherent scattering
(Fizik) eşevreli saçılma
coherent scattering
(Fizik) eş evreli saçılma
coherent scattering cross section
(Nükleer Bilimler) koherent saçılma tesir kesiti
cohorent scattering cross section
(Nükleer Bilimler) eşel saçılma kesiti
compton scattering
(Nükleer Bilimler) compton saçılması, compton saçılımı
delbrück scattering
delbrück saçılması
diffuse scattering
(Fizik,Teknik) yayınık saçılma
elastic scattering
(Nükleer Bilimler) elastik çarpışma,esnek saçılma
elastic scattering cross section
(Nükleer Bilimler) esnek saçılma tesir kesiti,esnek saçılma kesiti
elastic scattering,
(Nükleer Bilimler) see scattering electron elektron
fluctuation scattering
(Fizik) dalgalanma saçılması
group transfer scattering cross section
(Nükleer Bilimler) grub transfer saçılma tesir kesiti
incoherent scattering
(Nükleer Bilimler) koherent olmayan saçılma
incoherent scattering cross section
(Nükleer Bilimler) koherent olmayan saçılma tesir kesiti
inelastic scattering
(Nükleer Bilimler) (compton) elastik olmayan çarpışma
inelastic scattering cross section
(Nükleer Bilimler) esnek olmayan saçılma kesiti,inelastik saçılma tesir kesiti inelastic scattering, see scattering integrated dose toplanmış doz
mie scattering
mie saçılımı
multiple scattering
(Nükleer Bilimler) çoklu saçılma
neutron scattering
(Fizik) nötron saçılması
radiation scattering
(Askeri) RADYASYON YAYILMASI, DAĞILMASI: Termal elektromanyetik veya nükleer radyasyonun radyasyon kaynağı (ör. bir nükleer infilak) ile uzak bir nokta arasında atmosferdeki atomlar moleküller veya daha büyük partiküller ya da diğer bir vasatla karşılıklı etkilenme veya çarpışma sonucu çıkış yolundan sapması. Bunun sonucu olarak radyasyon (özellikle gama ışınları ve nötronlar) bir noktada yalnız kaynak istikameti yerine birçok istikametlerden alınmış olacaktır
radiative inelastic scattering
(Nükleer Bilimler) ışınımlı esnek olmayan saçılma
radiative inelastic scattering cross section
(Nükleer Bilimler) ışınımlı inelastik saçılma tesir kesiti
rayleigh scattering
rayleigh saçılımı
rayleigh scattering
(Nükleer Bilimler) rayleigh saçılması
resonance scattering
(Nükleer Bilimler) rezonans saçılması
scatter
{f} saçılmak
scatter
dağıtım
scatter
Dağılım
scatter
dağıl/dağıt
scatter
scatterbraindağınık fikirli kimse
scatter
saçılım
scatter
dağılıp gözden kaybolmak
scatter
saç,v.dağıt: n.dağınıklık
scatter
seccade
scatter
{f} saçıp savurmak
scatter
scatter rug ufak halı
scatter
perişan etmek
scatter
savurmak
sonic scattering layer
(Denizbilim) ses dağıtan tabaka
thomson scattering
(Nükleer Bilimler) thomson saçılması
tropospheric scattering
tropoyuvar sacilmasi
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A small quantity of something occurring at irregular intervals and dispersed at random points

There will be a scattering of showers, with heavy rain in places.

The process whereby a beam of waves or particles is dispersed by collisions or similar interactions
Present participle of scatter
  Of a wave propagating in a material medium, a phenomenon in which the direction, frequency, or polarization of the wave is changed when the wave encounters discontinuities in the medium, or interacts with the material at the atomic or molecular level (188)  Note: Scattering results in a disordered or random change in the incident energy distribution
a light shower that falls in some locations and not others nearby
Going or falling in various directions; not united or aggregated; divided among many; as, scattering votes
Sometimes a photon incident on a sample is "captured" by an electron in the sample Shortly thereafter, this electron releases a different photon This electron-photon process is called scattering When the released photon has the same wavelength as the captured photon, the process is called elastic scattering (also see Reflection and also see Transmission) When the released photon has a wavelength different from the captured photon, the process is called inelastic scattering (see also Raman scattering)
the process of chaotic deflection of electromagnetic radiation by impact on rough surfaces
The process by which some of a stream of radiation is dispersed to travel in directions other than that which from it was incident by particles suspended in the medium through which it is travelling
the act of scattering
The process by which small particles suspended in the air diffuse a portion of the incident radiation in all directions This is a primary reason for colors, such as blue skies, rainbows, and orange sunsets When working with radars, this often refers to the more or less random changes in direction of radio energy
of X-rays is due to electrons, hence heavier atoms with more electrons scatter more strongly
{i} dispersal; act of sprinkling; something that is dispersed or sprinkled; small quantity; process by which energy is dispersed as it passes through a medium (Physics)
spreading by diffusion
Act of strewing about; something scattered
The "war in heaven" where consciousness moved its awareness from God to temporal cycles and fell into identification with the physical universe and death A forced shift of perception from God to fear
a light shower that falls in some locations and not others nearby the physical process in which particles are deflected haphazardly as a result of collisions a small number dispersed haphazardly; "the first scatterings of green
bouncing of light in another direction when it hits a molecule in the atmosphere
The process by which electromagnetic radiation interacts with and is redirected by the molecules of the atmosphere, ocean, or land surface The term is frequently applied to the interaction of the atmosphere on sunlight, which causes the sky to appear blue (since light near the blue end of the spectrum is scattered much more than light near the red end)
The diversion of radiation, including radio, radar, thermal, and nuclear, from its original path as a result of interactions (or collisions) with atoms, molecules, or larger particles in the atmosphere or other medium between the source of the radiations (e g , a nuclear explosion) and a point at some distance away As a result of scattering, radiations (especially gamma rays and neutrons) will be received at such a point from many directions instead of only from the direction of the source
an interaction of a light wave with an object that causes the light to be redirected in its path In elastic scattering, no energy is lost to the object
dispersion of electromagnetic radiation as a result of it's interaction with molecules in the atmosphere The sky appears blue as a result of the blue region of the visual spectrum being scattered more than the red region
A property of glass that causes light to deflect from the fiber and contributes to optical attenuation
– (of light) a process in which molecules of air have absorbed some light from a beam and then reradiated it in other directions
spreading widely or driving off
The process in which a wave or beam of particles is diffused or deflected by collisions with particles of the medium which it traverses
The act or process of separation or dispersing The dispersal of a beam of particles or of radiation into a range of directions resulting from physical interactions
Multiple reflection of electromagnetic waves by gases or particles in the atmosphere
Change of direction of subatomic particle or photon as a result of a collision or interaction
The change of direction of light rays or photons after striking small particles It may also be regarded as the diffusion of a light beam caused by the inhomogeneity of the transmitting material
the physical process in which particles are deflected haphazardly as a result of collisions
A scattering of things or people is a small number of them spread over an area. the scattering of houses east of the village. a scattering of sth a small number of things or people spread out over a large area. In physics, the change in direction of motion of a particle because of a collision with another particle. The collision can occur between two charged particles; it need not involve direct physical contact. Experiments show that the trajectory of the scattered particle is a hyperbola and that, as the bombarding particle is aimed more closely toward the scattering centre, the angle of deflection decreases. The term scattering is also used for the diffusion of electromagnetic waves by the atmosphere, resulting, for example, in long-range radio reception on the ground. See also Rayleigh scattering
the process in which a beam of light is diffused or deflected by collisions with particles suspended in the atmosphere
A change in the light wave passing through an optical fiber caused by an impurity or change of density in the fiber This effect produces losses in the fiber
the process by which light passing through surface matter is redirected throughout a range of angles
A property of glass which causes light to deflect from the fiber & contributes to losses
{s} dispersing, spreading, distributing
Is an atmospheric process where small particles and gas molecules diffuse part of the incoming solar radiation in random directions without any alteration to the wavelength of the electromagnetic energy Scattering does, however, reduce the amount of incoming radiation reaching the Earth's surface A significant proportion of scattered shortwave solar radiation is redirected back to space The amount of scattering that takes place is dependent on two factors: wavelength of the incoming radiation and the size of the scattering particle or gas molecule In the Earth's atmosphere, the presence of a large number of particles with a size of about 0 5 µm results in shorter wavelengths being preferentially scattered This factor also causes our sky to look blue because this color corresponds to those wavelengths that are best diffused
A property of glass that causes light to deflect from the fiber and contributes to optical attenuation Single-Mode Fiber (SM) An optical waveguide (or fiber) in which the signal travels in one mode The fiber has a small core diameter, typically 8 3 µm Splice Closure A container used to organize and protect splice trays Typically used in outside plant environments Splice Tray A container used to secure, organize, and protect spliced fibers Splicing The permanent joining of bare fiber ends to another fiber See Fusion Splice and Mechanical Splicing
a small number dispersed haphazardly; "the first scatterings of green"
scattering function
A function which describes the intensity of scattered radiation in any given direction
scattering layer
A concentrated layer of organisms in the ocean that reflects and scatters sound waves, as from sonar
Bragg scattering
the diffraction phenomenon exhibited by a crystal bombarded with X-rays in such a way that each plane of the crystal lattice acts as a reflector
Compton scattering
The increase in the wavelength, and corresponding decrease in the energy, of photons (especially of X-rays and gamma rays) when scattered by interaction with matter
Raman scattering
the Raman effect
Rayleigh scattering
The elastic scattering of light or other electromagnetic radiation by particles much smaller than the wavelength of the light

Rayleigh scattering of sunlight in a clear atmosphere is the main reason why the sky is blue.

light-scattering photometry
any optical method used to measure the extent of the scattering of light by suspended particles or by macromolecules
neutron scattering
any of several techniques that use the wavelike behaviour of neutrons as a scientific probe
scatter
To deflect (radiation or particles)
scatter
To distribute loosely as by sprinkling
scatter
{v} to spread, sprinkle, disperse, cast
Rayleigh scattering
The scattering of electromagnetic radiation by particles with dimensions much smaller than the wavelength of the radiation, resulting in angular separation of colors and responsible for the reddish color of sunset and the blue of the sky. Dispersion of electromagnetic radiation by particles with radii less than 1 10 the wavelength of the radiation. It is named for Baron Rayleigh, who described it in 1871. Since blue light is at the short wavelength end of the visible spectrum, it is scattered in the atmosphere much more than the longer-wavelength red light. This causes the blue colour of the sky, since the observer sees only the scattered light. The Rayleigh laws predict the variation of the intensity and the polarization of scattered light
Rutherford scattering
The scattering undergone by a stream of heavy charged particles fired at a sample of a heavy metal, caused by exposure to coulombic forces in the atomic nuclei of the sample
inelastic scattering
The scattering of particles resulting from inelastic collision
scatter
a haphazard distribution in all directions
scatter
To occur or fall at widely spaced intervals
scatter
move away from each other; "The crowds dispersed"; "The children scattered in all directions when the teacher approached"
scatter
A graph where the data is plotted as points only Normally one would plot a curve through the points to show any trend in the data
scatter
If a group of people scatter or if you scatter them, they suddenly separate and move in different directions. After dinner, everyone scattered The cavalry scattered them and chased them off the field. see also scattered, scattering
scatter
To cause to separate and go in different directions
scatter
To be dispersed or dissipated; to disperse or separate; as, clouds scatter after a storm
scatter
the act of scattering a haphazard distribution in all directions distribute loosely; "He scattered gun powder under the wagon" sow by scattering; "scatter seeds
scatter
cause to separate; "break up kidney stones"; "disperse particles"
scatter
{f} sprinkle, disseminate; spread, disperse; be sprinkled
scatter
To disperse in different directions
scatter
distribute loosely; "He scattered gun powder under the wagon"
scatter
sow by scattering; "scatter seeds
scatter
To separate and go in different directions; disperse
scatter
The light outside the main beam of a spot light which is lower in intensity
scatter
the act of scattering a haphazard distribution in all directions distribute loosely; "He scattered gun powder under the wagon"
scatter
the act of scattering
scatter
Hence, to frustrate, disappoint, and overthrow; as, to scatter hopes, plans, or the like
scatter
To cause to separate in different directions; to reduce from a close or compact to a loose or broken order; to dissipate; to disperse
scatter
- Purchasing commercial time in broadcast media in many different programs Also, purchasing TV time which is not purchased during an "upfront" media buy Share (of audience) - The percentage of HUT, PUT or PUR tuned to a particular program or station Media formula: HUT/PUT/PUR x Share = Rating
scatter
The process by which small particles suspended in a medium of a different refractive index diffuse a portion of the incident radiation in all directions In scattering no energy transformation results, only a change in the spatial distribution of the radiation Along with absorption, scattering is a major cause of the attenuation of radiation by the atmosphere
scatter
One-to-many operation where the root's send buffer is partitioned into n segments and distributed to all processes such that the ith process receives the ith segment n represents the total number of processes in the communicator
scatter
If you scatter things over an area, you throw or drop them so that they spread all over the area. She tore the rose apart and scattered the petals over the grave He began by scattering seed and putting in plants
scatter
sow by scattering; "scatter seeds"
scatter
a display of the relationship between variables using dots on a graph
scatter
An operation in which the root process divides the contents of the transmission area and sends the divided components to all MPI processes in the communicator scatter is the inverse operation of gather
scatter
change in the spatial distribution of a wave from interaction with a surface or heterogeneous medium
scatter
in an open or sparse order
scatter
A one-to-all parallel communication operation; cf gather
scatter
strew or distribute over an area; "He spread fertilizer over the lawn"; "scatter cards across the table"
scatter
  See scattering
scatter
{i} sprinkle, dissipation; diffusing, throwing loosely about; small quantity; (Slang) time slots for television commercials that remain unsold after the initial pre-season sales
scatter
To strew about; to sprinkle around; to throw down loosely; to deposit or place here and there, esp
scatter
to cause to separate and go in different directions; "She waved her hand and scattered the crowds"
scattering

    Расстановка переносов

    scat·ter·ing

    Турецкое произношение

    skätırîng

    Произношение

    /ˈskatərəɴɢ/ /ˈskætɜrɪŋ/

    Этимология

    [ 'ska-t&r ] (verb.) 14th century. Middle English scateren.

    Слово дня

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