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dipole

 [di´pōl]
1. a molecule having separated charges of equal and opposite sign.
2. a pair of electric charges or magnetic poles separated by a short distance.

di·pole

(dī'pōl),
A pair of separated electrical charges, one or more positive and one or more negative; or a pair of separated partial charges.
Synonym(s): doublet (2)

dipole

/di·pole/ (di´pōl)
1. a molecule having separated charges of equal and opposite sign.
2. a pair of electric charges or magnetic poles separated by a short distance.

dipole

[dī′pōl]
1 a molecule whose ends carry opposite partial charges.
2 a molecule with areas of opposing electrical charges, such as hydrogen chloride, which has a predominance of electrons and a partial negative charge about the chloride portion and a partial positive charge on the hydrogen side.

dipole

An MRI term for a magnetic field with unique north and south magnetic poles separated by a finite distance.

di·pole

(dī'pōl)
A pair of separated electrical charges, one or more positive and one or more negative; or a pair of separated partial charges.
Synonym(s): doublet (2) .

dipole

1. a molecule having charges of equal and opposite sign.
2. a pair of electric charges or magnetic poles separated by a short distance.
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We also denote the dipolar moments in Euclidean coordinates by:
This implies that the dipolar process is broader than ideal but conforms to a single relaxation process; the magnitude of [DELTA][epsilon] increasing with temperature reflects the change in distribution of the dipoles between the lower and higher activated states.
In dipolar nuclei, these show up as a single peak in the spectrum: a good example is the three identical hydrogens in a methyl group.
The real part of the permittivity for dipolar systems generally does not exhibit single-pole Debye response, but rather a power-law dependence.
The second section offers 12 chapters on recent developments, including high-frequency dynamic nuclear polarization, homonuclear and heteronuclear dipolar recoupling, and relaxation studies of solid biopolymers.
The acquisition and interpretation of SSNMR spectra is often more complex than that of solution NMR of polymers because of the broadening and overlap of resonances due to dipolar interactions and chemical shift anisotropy.
In order to conceive the structure of the natural product in the space, the three-dimensional structure of the sesquiterpene was determined by the NOESY experiment that shows a dipolar correlation of [H.
The ultracold regime is completely new to the world, and it may produce new phases that no one even thought of," says Lev, whose own research is aimed at exploring exotic matter formed by dipolar atoms.
In the kind of dipolar theism that I am seeking to espouse, God is understood to have chosen to possess only a current omniscience, temporally indexed .
The dipolar behavior of blood is very much clear by dependence of refractive index on temperature.
Objective: Previously reported inverse method based on dipolar representation of differences in QRST integral maps with and without manifestation of local repolarization changes has shown the ability to identify small areas in the myocardium responsible for these changes in a group of patients with coronary artery diseases underwent revascularization.
These spins form complex intra- and inter-molecular networks through various intra-molecular J- and dipolar couplings and both short- and long-range intermolecular dipolar couplings.