resonance frequency


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resonance frequency

[′rez·ən·əns ‚frē·kwən·sē]
(physics)
A frequency at which some measure of the response of a physical system to an external periodic driving force is a maximum; three types are defined, namely, phase resonance, amplitude resonance, and natural resonance, but they are nearly equal when dissipative effects are small. Also known as resonant frequency.
(quantum mechanics)
A characteristic frequency, satisfying the Bohr frequency condition, at which a quantum-mechanical system absorbs radiation.
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The bianisotropy effect is reduced when the operation frequency is not close to the resonance frequency, and goes to a minimum for inclusions with broadside coupling.
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32 which corresponds to frequencies about 960 THz (close to resonance frequency in Figure 8(a)).
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