Definition of Multipoles

1. Noun. (plural of multipole) ¹



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Definition of Multipoles

1. multipole [n] - See also: multipole

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Multipoles

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

Literary usage of Multipoles

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1. Visualizing Chemistry: The Progress and Promise of Advanced Chemical Imaging by National Research Council (U.S.) (2006)
"... most modern potentials implemented in the cited codes also include higher-order corrections, including multipoles and polarization effects. ..."

2. Practical Electrical Engineering, Direct Currents: A Manual for Use in by Harry George Cisin (1922)
"The use of multipoles results in a lighter machine, and incidentally there is a saving of field copper and a reduction in sparking. ..."

3. Green's Functions and Boundary Element Analysis for Modeling of Mechanical edited by J. R. Berger, V. K. Tewary (1998)
"Cracks in an infinite or semi-infinite domain are modeled using a continuous distribution of dislocations in 2D or force multipoles in 3D resulting in a ..."

4. Biomedical Technology Resources: A Research Resources Directory edited by Barry Leonard (1998)
"... (multiple timescales, fast multipoles, mixed Monte Carlo/molecular dynamics methods), and novel methods for correlated quantum chemical calculations. ..."

5. Dynamic Materials Models in Computer Programs: Workshop Proceedings edited by Lennart Agardh (1998)
"Cracks in an infinite or semi-infinite domain are modeled using a continuous distribution of dislocations in 2D or force multipoles in 3D resulting in a ..."

6. Visualizing Chemistry: The Progress and Promise of Advanced Chemical Imaging by National Research Council (U.S.) (2006)
"... most modern potentials implemented in the cited codes also include higher-order corrections, including multipoles and polarization effects. ..."

7. Practical Electrical Engineering, Direct Currents: A Manual for Use in by Harry George Cisin (1922)
"The use of multipoles results in a lighter machine, and incidentally there is a saving of field copper and a reduction in sparking. ..."

8. Green's Functions and Boundary Element Analysis for Modeling of Mechanical edited by J. R. Berger, V. K. Tewary (1998)
"Cracks in an infinite or semi-infinite domain are modeled using a continuous distribution of dislocations in 2D or force multipoles in 3D resulting in a ..."

9. Biomedical Technology Resources: A Research Resources Directory edited by Barry Leonard (1998)
"... (multiple timescales, fast multipoles, mixed Monte Carlo/molecular dynamics methods), and novel methods for correlated quantum chemical calculations. ..."

10. Dynamic Materials Models in Computer Programs: Workshop Proceedings edited by Lennart Agardh (1998)
"Cracks in an infinite or semi-infinite domain are modeled using a continuous distribution of dislocations in 2D or force multipoles in 3D resulting in a ..."

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