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Synonyms for medium

Synonyms for medium

something, as a type, number, quantity, or degree, that represents a midpoint between extremes on a scale of valuation

a settlement of differences through mutual concession

that by which something is accomplished or some end achieved

journalists and journalism in general

the totality of surrounding conditions and circumstances affecting growth or development

Synonyms for medium

the surrounding environment

an intervening substance through which signals can travel as a means for communication

(bacteriology) a nutrient substance (solid or liquid) that is used to cultivate micro-organisms

a liquid with which pigment is mixed by a painter

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(biology) a substance in which specimens are preserved or displayed

an intervening substance through which something is achieved

a state that is intermediate between extremes

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someone who serves as an intermediary between the living and the dead

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(usually plural) transmissions that are disseminated widely to the public

an occupation for which you are especially well suited

around the middle of a scale of evaluation

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(meat) cooked until there is just a little pink meat inside

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References in periodicals archive ?
The forth test case regards the pulse propagation inside a dispersive medium modeled by the depolarization factor sets [N.
Cherenkov Radiation in a Dispersive Medium, Vavilov-Cherenkov and Synchrotron Radiation, Fundamental Theories of Physics, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2004.
A very popular method for a compact optical beam-former is to use a dispersive medium to produce increasing time delays for incremental optical carrier wavelengths/frequencies.
Thus, the PLRC scheme for modeling a DCP dispersive medium in the FDTD algorithm is essentially a four-step explicit procedure, and can be briefed as follows: Starting with the known values of [E.
Three dispersive medium types, which comprise the Debye, Lorentz and Drude dispersive media, are all included in the generalized code for the Maxwell's equations.
The relative permittivity of a dispersive medium introduced by Lorentz model in the frequency domain is given by [12, Chap.
The permittivity and permeability of the dispersive medium are a function of frequency.