electric polarizability

electric polarizability

[i¦lek·trik ‚pō·lə‚rī·zə′bil·əd·ē]
(electricity)
Induced dipole moment of an atom or molecule in a unit electric field.
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The concepts learned from the study of the dipole moments were then used to provide a clear definition for the electric polarizability of a scatterer partially embedded in an interface.
It is possible to find two different approaches in the open technical literature: the first considers the dense array as an frequency selective surfaces (FSSs) in long-wavelength regime [21], and the latter defines the electrically small individual patches in terms of an electric dipoles represented through its electric polarizability [22,23].
The number of independent constants to describe the properties like magneto electric polarizability and piezoelectricity are calculated for the alternating representations of the point group [bar.
Mitchell, North Carolina State University and Triangle Universities Nuclear Laboratory 3:25-3:45 The Neutron Electric Polarizability from Neutron Total Cross Section of [.
Cohn, "The Electric Polarizability of Apertures of Arbitrary Shape," Proc.

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