Traducción de spectrum en Español:


espectro, n.

Pronunciación /ˈspɛktrəm//ˈspɛktrəm/

nombrePlural spectra

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    • 1.1(band of colors)

      espectro masculino
      • Visible light consists of a ‘rainbow’ or spectrum of electromagnetic waves of different wavelengths.
      • 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.
      • If viewed through a prism, however, there is a decomposition of the light into the colors of the spectrum, each with different wavelengths.
      • His head cocked to the side as he studied the light that bounced from the back of some of them in a rainbow spectrum.
      • The screen is made with a patented grading, much like the ones used by scientists to view the visible light spectrum in its component colors.
      • The crystal chandeliers hanging from the ceiling, sending sparkles across the walls, rainbow spectra around the atmosphere were enchanting her in every way.
      • A myriad of colors and textures, expertly placed, well lit candles, sending spectra of light cascading off elegantly woven rugs hanging on the walls.
      • She wore a flowing robe of reflective black cloth with a special surface that made it reflect light in a brilliant spectrum of colors.
      • He has used the spectrum of colours in the rainbow effectively to create an atmosphere of calm.
      • Prismatic refraction shows us the spectrum flashing out of a sort of nothing, which suggests a possible return into a single all-containing invisible source.
      • Instead, new research finds that sexual orientations exist along a continuum, like colors in the spectrum of a rainbow.
      • Their blossoms encompass nearly the entire color spectrum and blooming times range from early spring to fall, depending on the variety.
      • The lights quickly alternated between blindingly bright and soothingly dimmed, while the reflective surfaces refracted lasers into spectra of color.
      • Thus, in the instance above cited, they have discovered the black lines which always exist in the spectrum of solar colours given by a glass prism, in the same relative places.

    • 1.2Física

      espectro masculino
      the electromagnetic/ultraviolet spectrum el espectro electromagnético/ultravioleta
      • Extensive collections of infrared spectra, X - ray diffraction patterns and chromatograms will also be digitized and uploaded.
      • Some nebulae give spectra that look like a star's, and she was familiar with them, but the Orion Nebula gave quite a different spectrum - just a single bright green line.
      • It operates in the visible and near-infrared range of the spectrum.
      • Purified lipid-DNA adducts had a characteristic fluorescent spectra and showed a decrease of hyperchromicity and melting point.
      • At that point, the differences in reflected light, or spectra, of female and male pupae were most apparent.
      • Although many of them boast about how much protection they provide, according to Vanessa they will usually not cover the entire UV spectrum.
      • Results were derived from the comparative interpretation of the conventional EEG results and the frequency spectra data, for both the experimental and control subjects.
      • This offers the option of an FFT frequency analysis to view the spectrum of the raw signal or of the distortion analyzer's residual output.
      • We want a library of spectra from different cell types and their cancers.
      • The unaided eye is sensitive to just one octave out of the vast spectrum of electromagnetic radiation that exists in the universe.
      • Cross-correlation analysis on EEG spectra and performance time series were carried out for a single participant.
      • In the meantime over twenty presentations internationally have moved to show that across the spectrum electromagnetic fields are genotoxic, that is they damage DNA.
      • The lens filters out the blue range of the spectrum, thereby making subaquatic colors look normal.
      • 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.
      • He began to classify all the known nebulae and to measure their velocities from the spectra of their emitted light.
      • The other great problem of glass envelopes is their transparency not only to light, but to much of the electro-magnetic spectrum.
      • Light, the diet of eyes, constitutes a tiny part of the entire spectrum of electromagnetic radiation.
      • What's more, because the new light source produces white light by mixing blue, green and red, the source can emit any color in the spectrum by varying the mix.
      • But apricot can add a spring-like touch as well, since it falls more in the yellow-orange range of the spectrum.
      • Already, researchers are working on satellites that can read the unique color spectrums emitted by people's skin and cameras that can tell whether people are lying by how frequently they blink.
      • Also of note is the way in which Melville shaded the entire film towards the blue end of the spectrum.
      • Radio spectrum can also be mapped in other ways, onto territory.
      • The backdrop of sky passes through the entire color spectrum in seamless gradation from violet and indigo above through queasy green and luminous gold to a deep, luscious red below.
      • One method they use, fluorescence spectroscopy, involves recording optical spectra from molecules absorbing and emitting light.
      • They determine which part of the spectrum would be absorbed and which would pass through unhindered.
      • The radio has 256 channels and emits spectrum signals that create noise, making the communication difficult to detect.
      • The chemical bonds in Prussian blue produce a unique spectrum with FTIR analysis that can be easily distinguished from all other pigments.
      • This means certain groups of atoms have similar energies, so have similar vibrational spectra.
      • But differences in spectra led some to suspect that single bubble sonoluminescence was a distinct process from the multibubble variety.
      • All the pigments absorb light energy to be used by the leaf, but each absorbs only a particular range of wavelengths, or part of the spectrum.
      • Using a spectrometer, the transmittance spectrum is measured in a number of small regions in a stained tissue slide.
      • Experimentally, infrared absorption spectra are obtained using infrared spectrometers.
      • Since acupuncture points on the same meridian have similar therapeutic effects, they might be expected to have similar effects on the frequency spectrum of the arterial pulse.
      • Indeed the IR spectrum of the polymer before extrusion and after balloon manufacturing is the same.
      • Small, but significant, differences are noted between the rate spectra at both pH.
      • It should be noted that immunoglobulins often can be found throughout the electrophoretic spectrum.
      • For those outside the field, an NMR spectrum of a typical organic molecule is a rather complex linear plot of multiple lines and peaks.
      • The measurement of the wavelengths of light that are absorbed by the substance can be used to produce an absorbance spectrum of the substance.
      • 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.
      • The height of the spectrum indicates the extent of that frequency's contribution to the variance of the growth rate.
      • The EEG frequency spectra were derived from 30 second samples that were digitized at a rate of 330 Hz, resulting in 9900 points.

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    espectro masculino
    gama femenino
    a broad spectrum of people un amplio espectro / una amplia gama de gente
    • the political spectrum el espectro político
    • a whole spectrum of opinion todo un espectro / toda una gama de opiniones
    • at the other end of the spectrum al otro extremo del espectro
    • In addition to the Internet, IT covers a wide spectrum of devices ranging from embedded microprocessors to supercomputers.
    • HBV can cause a wide spectrum of symptoms ranging from general malaise to chronic liver disease that can lead to liver cancer.
    • Interests range across a wide spectrum of sports, politics, environment, fine art, drama and community action.
    • I have read a wide spectrum of theories and history, ranging from Marx to Mises.
    • If he eventually wrests control of the orphans' committee, Bertrand promises to fight for more cash compensation for a wider spectrum of victims of religious abuse.
    • They play a range of great music that covers a wide spectrum and their spin makes it all the more worthwhile.
    • This sense is uniting a wide spectrum of individuals and groups in asking questions not just about the so-called war on terrorism, but also about the nature of U.S. democracy.
    • 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.
    • Since the 1980s, however, a wide spectrum of Latin American opinion has come to recognize the value of democratic governance.
    • Polycystic ovarian diseases have a wide spectrum of symptoms.
    • We in our laboratories at CDC use a wide spectrum of tests.
    • Albeit there is a wide spectrum of orthodoxy, ranging from the devout to those who ignore the Gods.
    • The broad scope of the show encompasses a wide spectrum of artistic styles and printmaking techniques ranging from the traditional to the innovative and modern.
    • The budding writers touched upon a wide spectrum of issues ranging from suspense, fantasy, ghosts, sporting rivalry to philosophy and science fiction.
    • Over the three days of public hearings the board heard from a wide spectrum of people supporting the applications and a small number of local residents and business owners who opposed them.
    • ‘Once you are fascinated by one aspect of wildlife, you soon get attracted to the wider spectrum of wildlife,’ he says.
    • Economic geography supposedly has a wide spectrum of subjects, ranging from agrarian and pastoral economies to resource utilization and changes in land use.
    • The point is we felt that all agencies had a fair opportunity to sell the property, that we tapped a wide spectrum of potential buyers, and came out of the deal satisfied with the overall marketing effort.
    • But what I think is interesting is, there's a wide spectrum of opinion about involvement in Africa, and this certainly represents it.
    • Used bookstores offer a wide spectrum of genres, with best-selling novels published last year sharing the shelf with explorer's tales published over 100 years ago.