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the act or an instance of interfering or intruding

Synonyms for interference

a policy of intervening in the affairs of other countries

(American football) blocking a player's path with your body

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Actually, tumor cells lose the capacity for destructive interference according to their loss of coherence.
The waves still recombine, but with destructive interference.
Constructive or destructive interference, that depends on the path-length between the wafer and the detector, results in very high accuracy depth measurement.
By carefully designing their device - by tuning the geometries - the engineers have created a plasmonic cloak in which the scattered light from the metal and semiconductor cancel each other perfectly through a phenomenon known as destructive interference.
It is possible that destructive interference of the magnetic analytic signal across a tight fold structure may be masking the true potential of this area to host a substantial deposit of magnetite.
The ANF technology, which is unique and proprietary, has tremendous potential for complementing our current HTS solutions to suppress all forms of destructive interference.