Definitions for "Resonance"
The act of resounding; the quality or state of being resonant.
A prolongation or increase of any sound, either by reflection, as in a cavern or apartment the walls of which are not distant enough to return a distinct echo, or by the production of vibrations in other bodies, as a sounding-board, or the bodies of musical instruments.
A phenomenon in which a vibration or other cyclic process (such as tide cycles) of large amplitude is produced by smaller impulses, when the frequency of the external impulses is close to that of the natural cycling frequency of the process in that system.
When a molecule is best described as a superposition of various resonance structures, it is often said that the molecule is in resonance. It is important not to confuse this kind of resonance with the completely different usage in nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR).
An averaging or mixing process that occurs when more than one Lewis structure can be written for a molecule.
large cross-section value for a precise value of incident energy imparted to the nucleus by a neutron. Resonance comes from the structure of the energy levels of the compound nucleus (i.e. a nucleus modified after absorbing a neutron)
An orbital condition in which one object is subject to periodic gravitational perturbations by another, most commonly arising when two objects orbiting a third have periods of revolution that are simple multiples or fractions of each other.
specific to the asteroid belt; resonances are associated with perturbed motion, involving 2 or more bodies (planetesimals), and are cumulative with time, altering elements of an orbit; originally recognized (Kirkwood, 1987) as regions in the asteroid belt that were devoid of bodies; see also mean motion, secular resonance.
(see mean motion resonance or secular resonance).
Resonance is a compilation album by the British rock band Anathema. It was released in 2001 as the first of two compilation albums featuring best-of as well as previously unreleased material, focusing on the band's softer music. It was followed by Resonance Vol. 2 in 2002.
Resonance is an album by Jordan Rudess recorded and released in 1999.
Cancellation of some or all of the radiation initially reflected from an absorber surface by the portion of the radiation which passes through the absorber. This cancellation is particularly effective when the thickness of the absorber is one quarter of the wavelength of the radiation in the material. In this case the waves leaving the surface of the absorber are said to be "out of phase". Defining principle of ECCOSORB SF.
the 'snowball effect' in all real-world systems, balancing feedback and feedforward (increasing the effect towards self-propagation) against damping (reducing the effect); an R5 principle for assessment of effectiveness and relevance
Electromagnetic wave patterns formed due to superposition of oncoming and reflected waves, leading to very high rates of heating. Resonance can occur inside a food for specific combinations of size, shape, and food property.
having the character of a loud deep sound; the quality of being resonant
the quality imparted to voiced speech sounds by the action of the resonating chambers of the throat and mouth and nasal cavities
"Occurs naturally when the voice is free to travel through the spaces above your vocal cords (your resonators) where it is modified and amplified before leaving your mouth; determines the final quality of your tone and makes your voice sound different from anyone else's." (Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center, Center For Voice Disorders, A Reader's Glossary of Common Terms Related to Laryngology and the Voice)
Condition of attractivity, affinity and empathy creating an atmosphere of affirmation for two conditions to be brought together. For example a discarnate might reincarnate when the resonance of a current earth situation has close similarity to his particular needs.
The overtone of a typeface design based on our connotative experience with it: historic, romantic, business-like, exotic, etc.
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Pitch. When you tighten a drum, you raise it's resonance.
Pitch. When you tighten a drum, you raise its resonance.
Resonance is a service sharing system designed to faciliate the sharing of services, improve security, and eliminate the need to touch another port number or IP address again, when connecting to friends.
This article is about resonance in physics. For other senses of this term, see resonance (disambiguation).
Oscillatory behavior caused by mechanical limitations.
The total reaction of somebody leading an interview to the contents of the statements of his client.
The influence that an idea, image, feeling, perception, memory, or cluster as a whole have on the other elements of a human's awareness or on their experience as a whole.
a name often given to a particle which has a lifetime so short that it travels no measurable distance within a detector before decaying
a similarity in flow to the advanced practitioner and a reflection is a difference to the advanced practitioner
relation of mutual understanding or trust and agreement between people