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Standard spherical dipole source

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Published
**1991** by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Institute of Standards and Technology in Boulder, Colo .

Written in English

- Electromagnetic fields,
- Fiber optics,
- Electric circuits

**Edition Notes**

Statement | G. Koepke ... [et al.] |

Series | NIST technical note : -- 1351 |

Contributions | Koepke, Galen H, National Institute of Standards and Technology (U.S.) |

The Physical Object | |
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Format | Microform |

Pagination | 33, [77] p. |

Number of Pages | 77 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL14809261M |

The Standard Model allows for the electron to have a dipole, or an electric dipole moment (EDM), on paper—albeit a very small one. Some other theories do so, too, but experiments have not found : Vasudevan Mukunth. Although the wave emitted by the oscillating dipole is a spherical wave, it does not have the same intensity in all directions. It can be shown that the average power emitted in the direction that makes an angle µ with the z axis, within a solid angle d; File Size: 77KB. Commins agrees that the latest work opens the door to major discoveries. "In the half-century since such experiments began, this is the first time that the best upper limit on the electric dipole. A force dipole on the other hand is the flow field resulting from two close point forces in opposite directions (Those flows are not irrotational, and are of special importance in the hydrodynamics of bacterial suspensions, as force-free self propelled swimmers might .

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A rotating electric dipole radiates spin and orbital angular momentum R. Khrapko Moscow Aviation Institute,Moscow, Russia According to the standard electrodynamics, a rotating electric dipole emits angular momentum mainly into the equatorial part of space situated near the plane of the rotation where polarization of.

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As an application, we obtain an explicit expression for the derivatives of any order of spherical harmonics in terms of tensor spherical harmonics. An example in organic chemistry of the role of geometry in determining dipole moment is the cis and trans isomers of 1, the cis isomer the two polar C−Cl bonds are on the same side of the C=C double bond and the molecular dipole moment is D.

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The dipole moment of a surface charge is given by, p~ = Z ~r0σ(~r0)da0. This is not explicitly given in Grifﬁths, but equation gives the dipole moment for a volume charge distribution and it is said that the equivalent expressions for line and surface charges are similarly found.

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(See Applications of Legendre polynomials in physics for a more. The first (the zeroth-order) term in the multipole expansion is called the monopole moment, the second (the first-order) term is called the dipole moment, the third (the second-order) is called the quadrupole moment, the fourth (third-order) term is called the octupole moment, and the fifth (fourth-order) term is called the hexadecapole moment and so on.

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