separatrix

NOUN
  1. a punctuation mark (/) used to separate related items of information
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  • Strong electric fields exist inside the separatrix regions and the electric potential drop across the regions can be up to several kV. Do "Skeleton" Filaments Give Structure to the Universe? | Universe Today
  • The observed strong electric fields and currents inside the separatrix region can be important for a local energization of ions and electrons, particularly of ionospheric origin, as well as for magnetosphere-ionosphere coupling. Do "Skeleton" Filaments Give Structure to the Universe? | Universe Today
  • My point is that the nature of the separatrix and that of the basins of attraction are somewhat separate issues. Monbiot v Monckton « Climate Audit
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