Verb(1) cause to vibrate in a definite pattern(2) cause to concentrate about two conflicting or contrasting positions(3) become polarized in a conflict or contrasting situation
(1) The S atom in this side chain also helps polarize the C-H bond more than other methyl C-H bonds.(2) Another active area of biophysical research concerns the study of the interactions involving charged, polar and polarizable groups of atoms in proteins.(3) Media coverage of the culture wars makes it look as if the nation is becoming increasingly polarised but public opinion surveys show little change.(4) Their system continually rotates the polarization to keep the torque constant.(5) By polarizing the cells, ions are removed from the electrolyte and are held in the electric double layers formed at the carbon aerogel surfaces of the electrodes.(6) The debate quickly polarized into MFA and non-MFA camps without moving beyond the initial disagreement.(7) Opinion on this issue is as divided and polarized as the position papers that comprise the prescription privilege debate.(8) The growing polarization of university campuses is a true reflection of the widening wealth gap in Chinese society.(9) Indeed, we ├ö├ç├┐add back├ö├ç├û the polarizability by combining the MD conformations with a protein dielectric constant of 2.(10) Future studies that aim at revealing the vibrational signature of the polarizable proton along membrane surfaces are highly appreciated and welcome.(11) Even though the sun itself produces fully depolarized light, partially linearly polarized light is abundant in natural scenes.(12) It saddens me that the political climate in the country has become so polarized , so divided, that it is literally tearing families and lifelong friends apart.(13) The first lens will block out light in one polarization and the second lens will block out the rest.(14) The electrode may be a polarizable electrode composed of activated carbon.(15) With regard to the observed changes in the spectral properties of the nucleosides in neat solvents, these may be the result of interactions that stem from solvent polarity, polarizability , or specific effects.(16) This is the normal effect due to London forces - the greater the polarizability of the electron cloud, the more the condensed phase is stabilized by transient dipoles.
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Different Formsdepolarize, depolarizes, polarize, polarized, polarizes, polarizing
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