/ (ˌdiːkəʊˈhɪərəns) /
physics the process in which a system's behaviour changes from that which can be explained by quantum mechanics to that which can be explained by classical mechanics
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Example sentences from the Web for decoherence
The third method of causing the decoherence of the filings is that due to T. Tommasina.
The decoherence is effected by giving the stool a tilt by means of an electromagnet.