- Special forward detectors are arranged down to small angles close to the beam pipe.
- Over the fence, the rider keeps the angles closed.
- Commonly haploscopes employ front-surfaced mirrors placed at different angles close to the eyes to reflect the images into the eyes.
- Thus at short distances the lines cross at angles close to 90 degrees, and this angle steadily reduces with range.
- However, even these two maxima only appear at definite incidence angles close to the Bragg angle, \ theta _ B.
- It's difficult to find angle closer in a sentence. 用angle closer造句挺难的
- The physical laws for Rutherford backscattering in an angle close to 180?are conservation of energy and conservation of linear momentum.
- This may be why angles close to the golden ratio often show up in phyllotaxis ( the growth of plants ).
- Compare all the angles between hooks and chains, and you will see that the " correct " picture has angles closer to 180.
- Their rigorous, compassionate methods _ and their fondness for hand-held cameras and tight, oddly angled close-ups _ seem to have influenced Geoffrey Enthoven.
- Sassoon, who started his career in London, attracted attention first in 1963 when he cut the bob into sharp angles close to the face.
- :: That can't happen in the Northern Hemisphere outside of the tropics, and in the tropics it would rise at an angle close to vertical.
- The navigator will have more confidence in a position fix that is formed by a small cocked hat with angles close to those of an equilateral triangle.
- You are not going to want a wide-angle close-up of a lion on the Serengeti plain since that would put you within a paw stretch of being dinner.
- CRT technology remained dominant in the PC monitor market into the new millennium partly because it was cheaper to produce and offered viewing angles close to 180 degrees.
- The lines are dark brown, the first from the costa shortly before the middle, acutely angled close to the costa, then oblique to near the base of the inner margin.