Diffraction is identified as the phenomenon of light that occurs when light passing through a narrow aperture bends when it passes around an edge.

See also:
"Diffraction" is in the HS Code "9012"
  Microscopes Other Than Optical Microscopes; Diffraction Apparatus

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