2 edition of **Standard spherical dipole source** found in the catalog.

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 |

Screened-room measurements on the NIST spherical dipole standard radiator Article (PDF Available) in Journal of research of the National Institute of Standards and Technology 99(6) . where γ is the angle between the vectors x and x functions P i are the Legendre polynomials, and they are a special case of spherical uently, in his memoire, Laplace investigated these coefficients using spherical coordinates to represent the angle γ between x 1 and x. (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. Given the limitation of . Fields and potential due to a surface electric dipole layer A surface electric dipole layer is a neutral charge layer with an electric dipole moment per unit area directed perpendicular to the surface. It can be modeled as two surface charge layers, (r,) and − (r,), lying on each side of the surface defined by F(r) = 0. The unit vectorFile Size: KB.

T1 - Non-foster impedance matching sensitivity of electrically small electric and magnetic spherical dipole antennas. AU - Yoon, Ick-Jae. AU - Christensen, S. AU - Zhurbenko, Vitaliy. AU - Kim, Oleksiy S. AU - Breinbjerg, Olav. PY - Y1 - Cited by: 3. T1 - The chemical potential of a dipole in dipolar solvent at infinite dilution. T2 - Mean spherical approximation and Monte Carlo simulation. AU - Bandura, A. V. AU - Holovko, M. F. AU - Lvov, Serguei. PY - /11/ Y1 - /11/15Cited by: 1.

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On the evaluation of molecular dipole moments from multipole refinement of X-ray diffraction data Yu.A. Abramov 1, A.V. Volkov, P. Coppens) Department of Chemistry, State Uni˝ersity of New York at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY USA Received 1. The dipole moment of a surface charge is given by, p~ = Z ~r0σ(~r0)da0.

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