[ noun ] the act of making something wider
Used in print(James A. Ibers et al., "Proton magnetic resonance...)
**f is paramagnetic , and electron paramagnetic dipole as_well_as nuclear dipole effects lead to line broadening .
One sample , which had been exposed to the atmosphere after evacuation at 375 ` C , showed the presence of adsorbed water ( about 0.3 wt % ) as evidenced by a weak resonance line which was very narrow at room_temperature and which disappeared , due_to broadening , at low_temperature .
[ noun ] the action of making broader
"the broadening of travel"
Used in print(Chester G. Starr, The Origins of Greek Civili...)
The growing contacts between Aegean and Orient are also a phase which should be linked primarily to the remarkable broadening of Hellenic culture after 750 .