Definition of Multipole

1. Noun. (physics) Any of a several forms of static or oscillating distributions of charge or magnetization ¹



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Definition of Multipole

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Multipole

multiploidization
multiploidy
multiplot
multiplug
multiplugs
multiply
multiplying
multipocketed
multipoint
multipolar
multipolar cell
multipolar mitosis
multipolar neuron
multipolarities
multipolarity
multipole (current term)
multipoles
multipolicy
multipolymer
multipolymers
multipool
multiport
multiports
multiposition
multipositional
multipost
multiposted
multiposting
multiposts
multipotencies

Literary usage of Multipole

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1. Biomedical Technology Resources: A Research Resources Directory edited by Barry Leonard (1998)
"Board, JA, Jr., Hakura, ZS, et al., Scalable variants of multipole-accelerated algorithms for molecular dynamics applications. Proceedings of the Seventh ..."

2. Convention by National Electric Light Association Convention, National Independent Meat Packers Association, University of Georgia College of Agriculture, University of Georgia Dept. of Food Science (1913)
"Medium voltage and capacity breakers have in addition, individual tanks per pole, on either a single multipole frame or individual tanks per pole, ..."

3. Electrical Machinery: A Practical Study Course on Installation, Operation by Fred Anzley Annett (1921)
"None of the types of field frames so far considered lend themselves readily to multipole construction, consequently very few of these types were developed ..."

4. Electrical Equipment of the Motor Car by David Penn Moreton, Darwin S. Hatch (1918)
"multipole switches are those having more than a single set of contacts. A very good example of a multipole switch is found in early models of the Delco ..."

5. Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society by Cambridge Philosophical Society (1843)
"... is at least 5 units (14) if an electric multipole transition is involved. It would be plausible to allocate the 6-6 days' period to ..."

6. Development of Mathematics in the 19th Century by Felix Klein, Robert Hermann (1979)
"But, in fact, these two procedures are identical, since one may interpret any spherical harmonic as the action of a multipole magnet if one passes to ..."

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