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repeller

[ri′pel·ər]
(electronics)
An electrode whose primary function is to reverse the direction of an electron stream in an electron tube. Also known as reflector.
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For [lambda] < 0 (respectively [lambda] > 0) it presents a repeller critical point (respectively an attractor critical point).
The repeller is also a separatrix, which is the point that separates the two basins of attraction associated with the two attractors.
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