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Synonyms for spin

Synonyms for spin

to rotate rapidly

to have the sensation of turning in circles

a trip in a motor vehicle

Synonyms for spin

a swift whirling motion (usually of a missile)

the act of rotating rapidly

a short drive in a car

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rapid descent of an aircraft in a steep spiral

a distinctive interpretation (especially as used by politicians to sway public opinion)

revolve quickly and repeatedly around one's own axis

stream in jets, of liquids

cause to spin

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make up a story

form a web by making a thread

work natural fibers into a thread

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twist and turn so as to give an intended interpretation

prolong or extend

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2) This design was originally developed for measuring PV neutron spin rotation in solid targets by Ref.
Using the vector meson exchange model of the weak nucleon-nucleon interaction developed by DDH and a model dependent representation of the strong interaction, Avishai and Grange calculated the neutron spin rotation through a liquid parahydrogen target and obtained [3]
Whenever the cantilever was moved over the quartz, the spins of individual electrons influenced the magnet, and the cantilever changed vibration frequency slightly.
In the resonator sample, the parallel spin component feels a higher potential than the antiparallel component in the magnetic layers.
Only neutrons with spin component antiparallel to the [.
The researchers determined the spin orientations of the quarks in the helium atoms by placing detectors in specific positions where they are more likely to make detections when the orientations of the electron's spin and the quark's spin are opposite, Zheng says.
Is electric control of spin at room temperature possible?
The scattering for a nuclear Bragg peak always preserves the spin alignment of the neutron (non-spin-flip scattering), while the magnetic cross sections depend on the relative orientation of the neutron polarization P and the reciprocal lattice vector [tau].
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Called millisecond pulsars, these stars can spin up to several hundred times per second and broadcast strong beams of radio waves that sweep across the sky like lighthouse beacons.
To navigate the vast content at their disposal, people spin their mouse's scroll wheel approximately 26 feet in an eight-hour day.
However, efforts to make spintronic components have stalled because electrons injected into semiconductors often don't maintain their up or down spin orientations.
Protons and neutrons have a quantum mechanical property, known as spin, that's analogous to the angular momentum of a spinning top.
Spin electronics, or spintronics, relies not on electric charge but on another property called spin.
This volume explains aspects of spin dynamics and spin resonance phenomena in molecular science.