Effects of exposure to a circularly
polarized 50-Hz magnetic field on plasma and pineal melatonin levels in rats.
In this paper, it is shown that these limitations can be removed by replacing the powerful permanent magnet by a circularly
polarized beam of electromagnetic radiation.
From the observation of the afterglow of GRB 121024A it turns out that the light is not only linearly polarized-it propagates in one plane-but also circularly
polarized-it propagates around an axis and follows a path like a corkscrew.
These regions--called focal conic domains--twist the reflected light to make it circularly
Within this reflection region, right circularly
polarized light is reflected by a right-handed helix, whereas left circularly
polarized light is transmitted.
The Cs atoms in the vapor are optically pumped by a circularly
polarized light beam, oriented at 45[degrees] to the magnetic field.
The decision to emphasize intermittent field exposure and to use circularly
polarized fields was based on previous research indicating that such exposure is associated with alterations in human physiology (10,19,20) and also on rodent research reporting that circularly
polarized fields are more effective than linearly polarized fields in reducing nocturnal concentrations of the pineal hormone melatonin (21).
Cohen not only knocks down a straw man, then, she makes no mention of th on-going theoretical debates about the nature of ethnicity, and, at one point, even defines ethnic identity circularly
as "a sense of connection with one's ethnic group.
To create modern 3-D effects, movie theaters use linearly or circularly
This charge difference causes positrons to emit the opposite sense of circularly
polarized radio emission, which Fleishman and his colleagues used to distinguish them.
If light is circularly
polarized, its waves travel in a corkscrew pattern and rotate either clockwise or counterclockwise as the wave's electric field sweeps out a spiral.
The emitted laser beam is widened by 50% by means of a telescope and afterwards circularly
polarised by means of a quarter-lambda mirror.