linear polarization


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linear polarization

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linear polarization

[′lin·ē·ər ‚pō·lə·rə′zā·shən]
(optics)
Polarization of an electromagnetic wave in which the electric vector at a fixed point in space remains pointing in a fixed direction, although varying in magnitude. Also known as plane polarization.
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Keywords: Nano Technology, Ni-Cr Coating, Ball Milling, Linear Polarization Resistance Test
Circular polarization measurements are, in principal, twice as sensitive to the depolarization parameter [delta] as those from linear polarization.
Although the afterglow was not exceptionally bright and its linear polarization was of average strength, the team was able to measure circular polarization against all expectations.
The linear polarization does not demonstrate the electrode behavior with time whilst EIS provides information related with reaction mechanism.
A square slot antenna can change between two linear polarization (LP) states by controlling the feed structure [4].
3)-(6), it can be found that the asymmetric transmission for linear polarization can only be realized when the following condition is satisfied as [absolute value of [T.
Early studies of DRA primarily concentrated on linear polarization (LP).
The vertical linear polarization waves are launched from the transmitter horn antenna through the helix stack and then are collected by the receiver horn in vertical and horizontal directions with a frequency step of 0.
During the investigation, the usage or cyclic voltammetry and galvanostatic techniques for electrodeposition were utilized, while linear polarization resistance and anodic linear sweeping voltammetry techniques were used for the corrosion study.
Linear polarization resistance technique is the rapid, non intrusive technique which plays major role in finding the rate of corrosion of rebars embedded in concrete [25].
The corrosion potential was determined by tracing the curves of linear polarization, recorded in sea water, using the Evans coordinates: E = f(log I) (Marcus 2002) (figure 2).
The RoHS-compliant unit demonstrates linear polarization, immunity to the detuning effect caused by a user's hand or body, minimum return loss of -1.

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