polarity


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Related to polarity: Polarity therapy, Electrical Polarity, Bond polarity
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a relation between two opposite attributes or tendencies

having an indicated pole (as the distinction between positive and negative electric charges)

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The design provides protection from reverse polarity and overvoltage using the LM74610-Q1 and 3-A LM53603-Q1 synchronous DC/DC converter, eliminating the need for a pre-boost during automotive start-stop and most cold crank conditions.
The roots of wholeness involve the quantum dynamics of the resonant polarities in water that allow tissues and organs to be properly organized at the cell polarity leve1.
This stresses the relevance of the first episode polarity in the prediction of subsequent polarity of episodes," the authors wrote (J.
The polarity of a word from the adjective list is determined by checking its one or more synonymous words, returned by WordNet, in the positive and negative list maintained by General lexicon.
To investigate the effect of electrical stimulation on the attraction of positively or negatively charged cells toward an electric field of opposite polarity, we used unidirectional pulsed current (squared pulse).
The board is a canvas mat and comes with a Polarity canvas bag for storage.
This is a true polarity where the entrenched support of one pole to the exclusion of the other leads to a circumstance where the downside of the advocated pole becomes dominant.
The multimeter is read twice, with the excitation voltage polarity reversed between readings; the final voltage ratio is taken as the average of the voltage ratios measured at each polarity.
The system eliminates fiber polarity as a factor in system design, redesign or installation.
These dual regional "signifiers" establish a polarity between the South and the "un-South" that have long framed economic, political, and cultural accounts of both regional and national history.
And polarity is the fusion engine that powers both of Lepage's films.
The feeder is not polarity sensitive, so it eliminates the need to change polarity with a switch inside the feeder, and trigger hold comes standard to increase operator comfort when making long welds.
The IUPAC recommendation for the definition of solvent polarity specifies that the polarity is the sum of all possible, nonspecific and specific, intermolecular interactions between the solute ions or molecules and solvent molecules, excluding any interactions leading to permanent chemical alteration of the ions or molecules of the solute [1].
A spiritual discussion that explores issues of karma, creating equality among souls, understanding and communicating in spite of differences in polarity and point of view, and much more.
Your teeth normally have negative polarity and plaque has positive polarity causing it to cling to your teeth.