dipole radiation


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dipole radiation

[′dī‚pōl ‚rād·ē′ā·shən]
(electromagnetism)
The electromagnetic radiation generated by an oscillating electric or magnetic dipole.
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Ketterson, "Near-field and farfield electric dipole radiation in the vicinity of a planar dielectric half space," New Journal of Physics, Vol.
Faraji-Dana, "A new time domain approach for analysis of vertical magnetic dipole radiation in front of lossy half-space," Progress In Electromagnetics Research, Vol.
due to the Doppler effect, the dipole radiation temperature T (measured by the 1st derivative of the monopole) should be 0.
Both these conundrums can be solved if magnetic dipole radiation is not the principal means by which SGR 1900+14 slows down.