Definitions and Examples of dispersion, scattering
Learn when and how to use these words with these examples!
The act of spreading things over a wide area.
The dispersion of seeds by the wind helps plants grow in new areas.
The act of throwing or spreading things in different directions.
The scattering of confetti at the wedding made for a festive atmosphere.
Key Differences: dispersion vs scattering
- 1Dispersion refers to the act of spreading things over a wide area, while collection refers to the act of gathering things together.
- 2Scattering refers to the act of throwing or spreading things in different directions, while collection refers to the act of bringing things together.
Effective Usage of dispersion, scattering
- 1Science: Use dispersion to describe the scattering of light or particles.
- 2Nature: Use scattering to describe the way seeds or pollen are spread by the wind.
- 3Art: Use collection to describe a group of artworks or artifacts gathered together in one place.
The antonyms of collection are dispersion and scattering. Use dispersion to describe the spreading of things over a wide area, and scattering to describe the throwing or spreading of things in different directions. Use collection to describe the act of gathering things together, such as artworks or artifacts.