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  • Examples of phenomena
    1. An optical microscope designed to study properties of organic or inorganic substances using the phenomena of fluorescence and phosphorescence instead of transmitted light.
    2. The use of an epifluorescence microscope to study properties of organic or inorganic substances using the phenomena of fluorescence and phosphorescence instead of transmitted light.
    3. Hallucinations are always evidence of cerebral derangement and are common phenomena of insanity. - W. A. Hammond
    4. Parapegms were used for the publication of laws, proclamations, and the recording of astronomical phenomena or calendar events.
    5. to investigate the causes of natural phenomena
  • Examples of phenomenon
    1. It is true that [ … ] the questions of the justification of inductive inferences normally lead to further problems, associated with the phenomenon of the underdetermination of theory by experience.
    2. Sociologists would like to study how this phenomenon came into being.
    3. Today evidence for a gathered meeting comes from the phenomenon which the psychologist Carl F. Jung described as "synchronicity", a connecting principle or communication without any apparent external cause.
    4. Obviously the Heathrow injection is a recent phenomenon then? :)
    5. We attribute such coalescings of eigenvalues to the presence of a finite barrier (on the either side of ) which has been linked to a recent study of stokes phenomenon in the complex PT-symmetric potentials..
    6. Some of the outer layers of the Wacko Jacko phenomenon, however, are now on display here at the Grammy Museum: 10 of the singer's bechained, braided, studded, rhinestone and Swarovski-encrusted pseudomilitary jackets.
    7. We have previously suggested that the Blogshop phenomenon emerged through the symbiotic relationship of technology adaptation and design with specific geographic conditions.
    8. The phenomenon may be related to calcium elevation during decidualization because deciduogenic concanavalin A-loaded beads can induce a higher level of calcium in the decidualized regions than in the non-decidualized regions [30 ].
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