- n. UK Plural form of polarisation.
“The same property makes the crystal appear light or dark when held up to light of different polarisations.”
“A world and country of new discourses, instant communications, new threats such as terror, race, religious and cultural polarisations, industrial destruction and dynamic expansion, deep and systematic diversity: all these would make for a challenging analysis and a bouquet to any movement even mildly able to bring these disparate elements together.”
“The second point which struck me very much as Bishop Graham was talking was how much the agenda represented by this report cuts across many familiar polarisations.”
“Gubbels discovered that the phenomenon is still possible at ultra-low temperatures and for specific polarisations.”
“It performs four 90° phase stepped interferences between the signal and a local oscillator on both polarisations.”
“And party politics tends to drive people towards these polarisations..”
“I detest false polarisations, yet I am surrounded by them.”
“I also discuss the difficult issue of how to perform complete quantum characterisations of such multi-photon states, in which the particles are distinguished only by their polarisations, which are in a complicated entangled state.”
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