
Definition of Electric doublet
1. Noun. A dipole with equal and opposite electric charges.
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Literary usage of Electric doublet
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1. A Treatise on Bessel Functions and Their Applications to Physics by George Ballard Mathews, Ernst Meissel (1895)
"... is IT = — sin (mr — ni), 74 <ï> where r is the distance of the point considered
from the origin, and <3> is the maximum moment of the electric doublet. ..."
2. The Theory and Practice of Absolute Measurements in Electricity and Magnetism by Andrew Gray (1893)
"Vibrating As source of the wuves we take an electric doublet, that is Electric
two equal and opposite electric charges concentrated at two " Dumb f°r ..."
3. The Monist by Hegeler Institute (1918)
"AEH Love has worked out the details in the case of the transition from the
electrostatic field of an electric doublet to the periodic electromagnetic field ..."
4. Electrodynamics of Moving Media: Report of the National Research Council by William Francis Gray Swann, John Torrence Tate, Harry Bateman (1922)
"... since each elementary magnetic doublet of the shell would become, in addition,
an electric doublet with axis radially out from the axis of rotation. ..."
5. An Introduction to the Theory of Optics by Sir Arthur Schuster (1904)
"The system of waves represented by (16) and (17) may therefore be considered to
be produced by a vibrating electric doublet at the origin, • the two charges ..."
6. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London by Royal Society (Great Britain) (1905)
"The waves emitted by Hertz's oscillator have been identified with those due to
a vibrating electric doublet, that is to say, to a singular point (of a ..."
7. Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society by London Mathematical Society (1904)
"The modified formulae differ from Hertz's by the addition of an electrostatic
field due to an invariable electric doublet occupying the position of the ..."