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Definition of Triplet

Triplet
Triplet Trip"let, n. [From Triple.] 1. A collection or combination of three of a kind; three united. 2. (Poetry) Three verses rhyming together. 3. (Mus.) A group of three notes sung or played in the tree of two. 4. pl. Three children or offspring born at one birth.

Meaning of Triplet from wikipedia

- Look up triplet in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. A triplet is a set of three items. It may refer to: A series of three nucleotide bases forming an...
- Triplet-triplet annihilation (TTA) is an energy transfer mechanism where two molecules in their triplet excited states interact to form a ground state...
- The infrared Ca II triplet, commonly known as the calcium triplet, is a triplet of three ionised calcium spectral lines at the wavelengths of 8498 Å, 8542 Å...
- In quantum mechanics, a triplet state, or spin triplet, is the quantum state of an object such as an electron, atom, or molecule, having a quantum spin...
- of three methods: a color may be specified as an RGB triplet, in hexadecimal format (a hex triplet) or according to its common English name in some cases...
- A triplet lens is a compound lens consisting of three single lenses. The triplet design is the simplest to give the required number of degrees of freedom...
- The Triplets (Catalan: Les tres bessones; Spanish: Las tres mellizas; Occitan: Es tres bessones) are three fictional characters (Anna, Teresa and Helena)...
- are often named according to the number of offspring, as in twins and triplets. In non-humans, the whole group may also be referred to as a litter, and...
- Triplet oxygen, 3O2, refers to the S = 1 electronic ground state of molecular oxygen (dioxygen). Molecules of triplet oxygen contain two unpaired electrons...
- subdivisions from that usually permitted by the time-signature (e.g., triplets, duplets, etc.)" This is indicated by a number, or sometimes two indicating...