adjective. large enough to be visible with the naked eye.
adjective. visible to the naked eye; using the naked eye.
Example sentences of the word macroscopic
1. Noun, singular or mass
The addition of heat energy also has a microscopic effect on the particles that constitute a gas as well as on the macroscopic behavior of the gas as a whole.
Fungi, for example, can appear as multicellular filamentous molds, macroscopic filamentous fungi (often called mushrooms) or single-celled yeasts.
3. Verb, base form
Does the superposition of states only happen at the quantum level, or does the thought experiment show that it should logically apply to macroscopic objects too?
One of the reasons it’s endured in popular culture is undoubtedly that it vividly shows the difference between how quantum mechanics describes the state of quantum particles, and the way you describe macroscopic objects.
5. Noun, plural
Do people need to physically observe the outcome of a quantum event (for example, reading the Geiger counter), or does it simply need to interact with something macroscopic?