Translation of spectrum in Spanish:
noun plural spectra
- 1 1.1 (band of colors)Example sentences1.2 (Physics) the electromagnetic/ultraviolet spectrum
el espectro electromagnético/ultravioletaExample sentences
- If viewed through a prism, however, there is a decomposition of the light into the colors of the spectrum, each with different wavelengths.
- He has used the spectrum of colours in the rainbow effectively to create an atmosphere of calm.
- He is shown seated before his famous invention: a ruling machine for producing concave diffraction gratings, which are slightly curved metal plates scored with minutely spaced lines that diffract light into spectra.
- Light, the diet of eyes, constitutes a tiny part of the entire spectrum of electromagnetic radiation.
- In the meantime over twenty presentations internationally have moved to show that across the spectrum electromagnetic fields are genotoxic, that is they damage DNA.
- But apricot can add a spring-like touch as well, since it falls more in the yellow-orange range of the spectrum.
- The adsorption and emission of spectra characteristic of atoms also suggested that they were due to the oscillations of charged particles on the atomic or sub-atomic scale.
- One method they use, fluorescence spectroscopy, involves recording optical spectra from molecules absorbing and emitting light.
- It should be noted that immunoglobulins often can be found throughout the electrophoretic spectrum.
- The properties ascribed to electrons, for instance, such as their charge and half-integral spin, were themselves responses to quite specific experimental findings involving discharge tube phenomena and spectra.
- The height of the spectrum indicates the extent of that frequency's contribution to the variance of the growth rate.
- Radio spectrum can also be mapped in other ways, onto territory.
- 2 (range) a broad spectrum of peopleun amplio espectro or una amplia gama de gentethe political spectrum a whole spectrum of opiniontodo un espectro or toda una gama de opinionesat the other end of the spectrumal otro extremo del espectroExample sentences
- The budding writers touched upon a wide spectrum of issues ranging from suspense, fantasy, ghosts, sporting rivalry to philosophy and science fiction.
- You've seen their work in a wide spectrum of venues ranging from Fast Forward to Time magazine, and now you can see it in person.
- Economic geography supposedly has a wide spectrum of subjects, ranging from agrarian and pastoral economies to resource utilization and changes in land use.
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