Definition of Interferences

1. Noun. (plural of interference) ¹



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Definition of Interferences

1. interference [n] - See also: interference

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Interferences

interfemoral
interferant
interferants
interfere
interfered
interference
interference beat
interference colours
interference diffraction patterns
interference dissociation
interference figure
interference filter
interference microscope
interference microscopy
interference reflection microscopy
interferences (current term)
interferent
interferential
interferential stimulation
interferents
interferer
interferers
interferes
interfering
interferingly
interferogram
interferograms
interferometer
interferometers
interferometric

Literary usage of Interferences

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1. The Interferometry of Reversed and Non-reversed Spectra by Carl Barus (1916)
"In the usual method of producing these interferences, where the corresponding ... Will the interferences at once vanish, or is there a limiting angle below ..."

2. Text-book of the Patent Laws of the United States of America by Albert Henry Walker (1904)
"When an applicant must amend. 140. interferences. 141. interferences. ... Api'eals in interferences. 142. Decisions in interferences are not conclusive. ..."

3. General Information Concerning Patents edited by Barry Leonard (1997)
"Appeal to the Board of Patent Appeals and interferences and to the Courts If the examiner persists in the rejection of any of the claims in an application, ..."

4. The Law of Patents for Useful Inventions by William Callyhan Robinson (1890)
"Functions of Patent Office : Adjudicating between Rival Inventors : interferences. The disputes arising in the Patent Office between rival claimants of the ..."

5. Airscrews in Theory and Experiment by Arthur Fage (1920)
"We found that the interferences of this body, which were more pronounced ... of the mutual interferences of aeroplane bodies—with stationary engines—and ..."

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