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Swath

Swath or SWATH may refer to:

  • in agriculture
    • a strip cut out in mowing, respectively a track left clear in a field by the passage of different mowing/reaping tools or harvesting machines, e.g. by a swather
    • a windrow (synonym), a line or row of cut crop – usually of hay, or straw – left on a field after mowing/reaping/harvesting, or formed afterwards
  • in science, a strip of a planet visualised by a satellite during its orbit
  • Sequential Windowed Acquisition of All Theoretical Fragment Ion Mass Spectra (SWATH-MS), an acquisition type in mass spectrometry
  • small-waterplane-area twin hull (acronym SWATH), a type of ship design
  • Snow White and the Huntsman
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