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Diffuser can refer to any device that diffuses in some manner such as:
- Diffuser (acoustics), a device that scatters reflections of sound across frequencies
- In aerodynamics
- Diffuser (automotive), a shaped section of a car's underbody which improves the car's aerodynamic properties. It causes air to escape from the underside of the vehicle faster than above air, working like a wing on an airplane in the opposite direction. Results in improvement of downforce.
- divergent part of the aspirator[clarification needed]
- divergent part of the flute[clarification needed]
- Part of a jet engine air intake, especially when operated at supersonic speeds
- the channel between the vanes of a turbine
- the channel between the vanes of the stator of a centrifugal compressor
- Diffuser (breathing set part), a device fitted over an underwater breathing set's blow hole to break up the resulting bubbles
- Diffuser (heat), a cooking item that can be placed above a stove heating element or burner to separate the cooking utensil from the heat source
- Diffuser (hair), a blowdryer attachment or one-piece device that diffuses heat as it dries the hair
- Diffuser (optics), a device that diffuses or spreads out or scatters light in some manner
- Diffuser (sewage), an aerating device for sewage and industrial waste water treatments; a membrane with fine pores, through which fine bubbles are generated by the supply of air through blowers
- Diffuser (thermodynamics), a device that controls the characteristics of a fluid at the entrance to a thermodynamic open system
- Diffusion filter, a specific optical diffuser used in photography
- Aroma lamp also known as Diffuser, is used to diffuse essential oils in the surroundings.
- In encryption a diffuser is a data-mixing function.
Diffuser may also refer to:
- Diffuser (band), a punk rock band from Long Island
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