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di•ver•gence



Pronunciation: (di-vûr'juns, dī-), [key]
n.
1. the act, fact, or amount of diverging: a divergence in opinion.
2. (in physics, meteorology, etc.) the total amount of flux escaping an infinitesimal volume at a point in a vector field, as the net flow of air from a given region.
3. Ophthalm.a turning motion of the eyeballs outward in relation to each other.
4. Electronics.the spreading of a stream of electrons resulting from their mutual electrostatic repulsion.

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