Definition of Polarised. Meaning of Polarised. Synonyms of Polarised

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Definition of Polarised

Polaris
Polaris Po*la"ris, n. [NL. See Polar.] (Astron.) The polestar. See North star, under North.

Meaning of Polarised from wikipedia

- Polarization or polarisation may refer to: Polarization (waves), the ability of waves to oscillate in more than one direction, in particular polarization...
- physics of the very early universe. Synchrotron radiation is inherently polarised. It has been suggested that astronomical sources caused the chirality...
- which further transforms the now-linearly polarized light into circularly-polarised light before entering the camera. This additional step avoids problems...
- a flow of membrane from the front rearward. The consequences of this polarised endocytic cycle are profound: • The membrane added at the front of the...
- In electrodynamics, circular polarization of an electromagnetic wave is a polarization state in which, at each point, the electric field of the wave has...
- as a member of the first Coalition. The subsequent War of the Pyrenees polarised the country in a reaction against the gallicised elites and following...
- monarch, scandalous and poor. Professor Ronald Hutton summarises the polarised historiography: For the past hundred years, books on Charles II have been...
- war, which the English Parliament and public quickly grew to see as a polarised continental struggle between Catholics and Protestants. In 1620, Charles's...
- panel of several. Where a bell is powered by AC a different design, the polarised bell, may be used. These have an armature containing a permanent magnet...
- as the projector. As each filter only p****es light which is similarly polarised and blocks the orthogonally polarized light, each eye only sees one of...
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