Definition Of diffusions

noun

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.


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