- v undergo diffraction
laser light diffracts electrons
- No matter which way the tube is bent within the patient, the lenses diffract the image at the bottom of the tube so that the physician has a clear view of the stomach wall as he .
- Remembering that radio waves diffract (bend) around obstructions, the IBM engineers calculated that they could twist their transmissions right over the top of mountains and other .
- As the beam travels through it, the crystal's atoms diffract, or scatter, the rays, producing fuzzy spots of varying intensity on film.