Definition of group velocity in English:

group velocity

Syllabification: group ve·loc·i·ty

noun

Physics
The speed at which the energy of a wave travels.
More example sentences
  • Essentially, the group velocity of the wave must fall to zero at that location, dropping in such a way that there is sufficient time for the damping to dissipate all of the wave's energy before it gets to that point.
  • Even when the phase velocity is faster than light, the group velocity should be slower.
  • He counters that when a beam passes between positive- and negative-index media the group velocity is negatively refracted.

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