dipolar

ADJECTIVE
  1. having equal and opposite electric charges or magnetic poles having opposite signs and separated by a small distance
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How To Use dipolar In A Sentence

  • The major difficulty with 19 F NMR in an anisotropic medium such as bicelles is the expected large residual dipolar coupling, which limits the length of the gradient encoding period.
  • In addition, the dipolar water molecules are supposed to be strongly bound to ionic and polar parts along the protein surface.
  • Because electronic polarization is accounted for by the choice of background dielectric, dipolar moieties are assigned charges consistent with their permanent dipole moments.
  • A small part of this spectral shift probably resulted from dipolar interaction with the AOT polar headgroup.
  • A similar "dipolar" pattern existed in the 1930s when warm air from the North Atlantic pushed into the Arctic up to the North Latitude of 75 degrees, but today, the heat spreads through the entire Arctic. Russia Blog
  • Therefore, it is not possible to provide any quantitative measure of the energy of solvation due to dipolar solvation and hydrogen bonding interaction.
  • The major difficulty with 19 F NMR in an anisotropic medium such as bicelles is the expected large residual dipolar coupling, which limits the length of the gradient encoding period.
  • Given as much, the Mariological doctrines of the Church expose for us one pole of the central dipolarity in the Church expressing what it means for the Church to be the "Mystical Body of Christ," and as such, the "sacrament of salvation" for the world to use another expression from LG. Archive 2007-10-01
  • Finally, instead of the dipolar water model used previously we use an improvement, an SPC-like multipolar model that reproduces water's dipole moment.
  • The spatial proximities between labels are determined by heteronuclear dipolar couplings, which are measured by rotational-echo double resonance (Gullion and Schaefer, 1989 ab).
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