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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 molecular dipole moments [mu] (in Debye) and global polarizabilities [alpha] (in [Bohr.sup.3]) of the chlorophyll a molecule calculated with the M06, M06L, M06-2X and M06-HF density functionals and the MIDIY and DGDZVP basis sets are shown in Table 1.
Table 1: Molecular dipole moments [mu] (in Debye) and global polarizabilities [alpha] (in [Bohr.sup.3]) of chlorophyll a calculated with the M06, M06L, M06-2X, and M06-HF density functionals and the MIDIY and DGDZVP basis sets.
IR peaks result from an absorption of energy caused by molecular dipole moment vibrations and are plotted as intensity versus frequency in wavenumbers ([cm.sup.-1]).
It was also argued that because surface structure, geometry, or topography played a large role in adhesion by its contribution to the defined surface field, average properties such as the dielectric constant or molecular dipole moment would never show quantitative correlations.
The homogenization procedure used to obtain the macroscopic Maxwell equations from the microscopic Maxwell equations is accomplished by averaging the molecular dipole moments within a unit cell and constructing an averaged continuous charge density function.
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