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  • noun

Synonyms for dipole

a pair of equal and opposite electric charges or magnetic poles separated by a small distance

an aerial half a wavelength long consisting of two rods connected to a transmission line at the center

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The Dipole discovery confirms that high-grade Lac 50-type uranium mineralization occurs in other areas across the Angilak Property, stated Kivalliq president Jeff Ward.
The research team used the Dipole Coil Resonance System (DCRS) to induce magnetic fields, which was developed by the team in 2014 for inductive power transfer over an extended distance.
The AcQMap System was used to measure cardiac voltage, apply its dipole density algorithm and display electrical activation on the ultrasound constructed 3D anatomy, in real-time.
Microscopic asymmetries and the "rolling effect" cause a deviation of the axis of the electrical dipole from the direction of the electrical field.
When an El Nino event combines with a positive Indian Ocean Dipole, rainfall declines are more widespread across Australia, and more intense, particularly in the southeast, he said.
Recall that an electric dipole antenna is a pair of conducting bodies (usually spheres or rectangular plates) of finite capacitance connected by a thin wire of negligible capacitance through an oscillator.
The standard model of particle physics predicts that atoms should have virtually nonexistent electric dipole moments, so finding one could mean that an undiscovered particle or force is at work.
A columnar Lamb-Chaplygin vortex dipole was generated at one end of the tank by closing two flaps that spanned the tank's depth.
This data is used to determine dipole moment of the magnet and also the horizontal component of the Earth's magnetic field.
In a recent research paper, (3) scientists say the Black Saturday bushfires in Victoria in early February and the Ash Wednesday bushfires in February 1983 were both preceded by a positive phase of the Indian Ocean dipole.
Petersburg, Russia) explains the imaging technique in terms of the strong dipole and especially quadrupole light-molecular interactions arising in surface fields that vary strongly in space near strongly irregular surface roughness.
And the temperatures of these oceans are influenced by two large-scale, dynamic patterns of winds and water temperatures that seesaw between two extremes: E1 Nino-Southern Oscillation (or ENSO) and the Indian Ocean Dipole.
The high-quality ultrathin crystalline ferroelectric films, like the copolymer poly(vinylidene fluoride with trifluoroethylene) P(VDF-TrFE) (3-5), have a dipole ordered ferroelectric phase, the [beta] phase (parallel dipoles) (3).
Methods: Changes in QRST integral maps after nitroglycerine sublingual application were examined and single dipole best representing the difference QRST integral map was inversely computed.
Furthermore, although the antenna is a center-fed dipole and predominately ground-plane independent, there are still currents on the antenna which need to be "tied-off" right at the base of the antenna.