Definition Of diffusions
the spreading of something more widely.
the diffusion of Duchamp’s thought and art
Example Of diffusions
A second patent followed after he began to study the diffusion of infrared light.
Another is the reflections off the water's surface, the refraction, and what I would call subsurface scattering of light, or the diffusion of light.
As in her canvases, the white serves to isolate and intensify the colored shapes, but here it also permits an increased diffusion of light throughout the chapel.
Broadly, productive economic activities and notions of long-term investment became sidelined in favour of immediate consumption and resource diffusion .
But diffusion of ideas does not mean they are implemented; it only means they are talked about.