Definición de disperse en inglés:

disperse

Saltos de línea: dis|perse
Pronunciación: /dɪˈspəːs
 
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verbo

[with object]
1Distribute or spread over a wide area: storms can disperse seeds via high altitudes caravan sites could be dispersed among trees so as to be out of sight
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  • Suburban office and industrial parks and shopping centers competed successfully with central business districts, dispersing economic activity over wide areas.
  • The heat from the fire causes the pine cones to explode, dispersing seed over a wide area.
  • When confronted with those distributions, many of us probably reason that some species indeed are dispersed over a wide area on the wintering grounds.
Sinónimos
1.1Go or cause to go in different directions: [no object]: the crowd dispersed [with object]: the police used tear gas to disperse the protesters
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  • Once they were through clapping, the crowd dispersed into different directions.
  • Interior minister Francois Boko said soldiers had fired warning shots to disperse a crowd of protesters who had surrounded their vehicle in the neighbourhood of Be, an opposition stronghold.
  • A handful of local people get off the bus, dispersing in different directions.
Sinónimos
break up, split up, disband, separate, scatter, leave, go their separate ways, go in different directions;
dispel, drive away, drive off, chase away, put to flight, banish, get rid of
rare disunite
1.2(With reference to gas, smoke, mist, or cloud) thin out or cause to thin out and disappear: [no object]: the earlier mist had dispersed [with object]: winds dispersed the radioactive cloud high in the atmosphere
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  • The sun had gone, I was too late in the day, and the mist had risen and dispersed, coating the sky an even grey.
  • Aerobic activities like cross-country skiing demand thin layers that rapidly disperse sweat and body heat - keeping you cool, not warm.
  • The location could not have been better: within easy reach of Washington, yet protected by the Allegheny mountains and with prevailing winds from Canada to disperse any radiation.
Sinónimos
dissipate, be dispelled, thin out, dissolve, melt away, fade away, vanish, disappear, clear, lift, rise
1.3 Physics Divide (light) into constituents of different wavelengths: the ability of a material to disperse light by refraction
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  • A flat slab of the stuff would focus light, rather than dispersing it, as normal materials would.
  • Light at each end of the optical spectrum is dispersed by a different amount, since the refractive index of any medium depends on frequency.
  • When a source (such as the sun) gives off light, that light can be dispersed into a rainbow spectrum by a prism or diffraction grating.

adjetivo

[attributive] Chemistry Volver al principio  
Denoting a phase dispersed in another phase, as in a colloid: emulsions should be examined after storage for droplet size of the disperse phase
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  • The particles are referred to as the disperse phase while the other phase is termed the dispersion medium or continuous phase.
  • Technically, the liquid which forms droplets is known as the disperse phase, and the liquid in which these drops are scattered is known as the dispersion medium.
  • The colloidal particles of the disperse phase are equivalent to the solute of a solution and the continuous phase is equivalent to the solvent.

Origen

late Middle English: from Latin dispers- 'scattered', from the verb dispergere, from dis- 'widely' + spargere 'scatter, strew'.

Derivativos

disperser

sustantivo
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  • Many juveniles (mainly short-distance dispersers; data not shown) made exploratory trips before dispersal, usually of distances of less than 1 km from the birth site.
  • In particular, they may attract a diverse array of seed dispersers by offering an essential, but scarce micronutrient.
  • I ranked the fatness of dispersers (in the year before they dispersed) and the fatness of other workers of similar length in the colonies from which they dispersed.

dispersible

adjetivo
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  • It is especially common in soils that have high expansion rates and/or highly dispersible clay minerals, and in locations which experience intense sequences of wet and dry periods.
  • He has huge quantities of a nasty and virulent form of the anthrax virus, and is currently engaged in further developing the more easily dispersible and effective dry micro-powder forms.
  • To minimize this problem, chemical companies developed the dry flowable and water dispersible granular formulations.

dispersive

adjetivo
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  • This signal at extended wavelengths outside of absorbance bands is characteristic of the dispersive part of differential light scattering.
  • Reduce the risk of chemical bums by preventing antiseptic agents from pooling under the patient, electrosurgical unit dispersive pad, electrodes, or pneumatic tourniquets.
  • It is clear from our studies that although dispersive light scattering perturbs band intensities, neither absorption flattening nor differential scattering is sufficient to account for these changes.

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