There is a tendency for destructive interference
resulting in a lower intensity than expected from the linear increase.
This is possible if and only if the individual branches 5 or 6 of each function are indistinguishable, so that the claim mathematically yields quantum destructive interference
(annihilation) between [[psi].sub.15] and [[psi].sub.16], and between [[psi].sub.25] and [[psi].sub.26], respectively.
These vortexes are out of phase with one another and produce destructive interference
; the net result is a significant reduction in the amplitude of vortex-induced vibrations.
When the diffracted waves meet again, those that are in step with each other will undergo constructive interference, resulting in a bright fringe, while those that are half a step out of phase will undergo destructive interference
, resulting in a dark fringe that can be used to delineate an otherwise invisible edge.
may result when the male and female connectors are mated if the contacts protrude [TABULAR DATA FOR TABLE 1 OMITTED] beyond specifications.
The waves still recombine, but with destructive interference
. At these places, where the merging waves are out of alignment, probability dictates that fewer particles will appear.
The Iranian foreign ministry spokesman also said that the US airstrike is also a clear instance of the destructive interference
in the region by the US administration, which seeks to change regional equations at specific junctures.
The destructive interference
between these two modes generates a Fano resonance dip.
By carefully designing their device - by tuning the geometries - the engineers have created a plasmonic cloak in which the scattered light from the metal and semiconductor cancel each other perfectly through a phenomenon known as destructive interference
It is possible that destructive interference
of the magnetic analytic signal across a tight fold structure may be masking the true potential of this area to host a substantial deposit of magnetite.
Without a coating, destructive interference
reduces the light component, which is reflected on every air/glass interface or every interface between two transparent media of different refractive indices.