recoupling

recoupling

[rē′kəp·liŋ]
(quantum mechanics)
A transformation between eigenfunctions of total angular momentum resulting from coupling eigenfunctions of three or more angular momenta in some order, and eigenfunctions of total angular momentum resulting from coupling of the same eigenfunctions in a different order.
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If we assemble these three potentially transformative dynamics--degrowth, the recoupling of risk and loss, and entrepreneurial mobile capital--we discern a new and potentially productive teleological arc to global capitalism, one that moves from a capitalism based on financial hyper-centralization and obsession with rising consumption to one focused on more efficient use of resources and capital via decentralization and localized innovation.
Neilson, D (2007) 'Formal and real subordination and the contemporary proletariat: Recoupling Marxist class theory and labour-process analysis', Capital & Class, 31(1) pp.
And as our photo from last weekend shows, Oscar-winner Gwynnie and Coldplay idol Chris are now acting like flirty teens intent on consciously recoupling.
Thus, insulin plays as a recoupling factor for the somatotropic axis.
37) Many would assume that Luthers particular recoupling of grace and effort still cannot reconstitute the virtue tradition insofar as Luther's comments about morality are indicative rather than imperative.
These scans give an objective measure of how HBOT can reinvigorate neuronal metabolic activity and show the recoupling of blood flow to those now more metabolically active neurons.
2009) Pyric herbivory: rewilding landscapes through the recoupling of fire and grazing.
did effectively occur before the beginning and even during the first months of the subprime crisis, but that an intense recoupling began to take place starting from August 2008.
The term recoupling provides direct reference to the process of globalization.
The global economic landscape is unravelling and recoupling in such a manner that would likely alter the economic, military, and geopolitical power in the medium term.
Summarizing the explanation by White and Eyring (1947), the sorption hysteresis of water in cellulosic materials can be attributed to the irreversible uncoupling and recoupling of hydroxyl groups in the cellulose structure; that is, the uncoupling occurs during adsorption, and the recoupling occurs at relatively delayed stages in the desorption process.
There may be other approaches that could assist and we will consider options as part of the CAP reform modelling but recoupling is not an option.