from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A difference in phase (of two waves) of 180°
- adj. Describing a boundary between an ordered phase and a disordered or random phase
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Opposition of phase, or difference of phase amounting to one half period or 180 degrees.
- Of or pertaining to an antiphase.
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The higher pitch sample is played in 'antiphase' between the left and right side.
If CO2 and O2 yearly cycles are in antiphase then the atmospheric “hang time” of CO2 is zero.
Dennis: The antiphase argument that you made had me convinced until I looked at the Mauna Loa yearly variations and realized something.
Re #42 If CO2 and O2 yearly cycles are in antiphase then the atmospheric âhang timeâ of CO2 is zero.
However since the cap's high-k dielectric's electrostriction signal is in antiphase with the M-E delta mass signal for this test series, the data does take some educated interpretation instead of just a clean yes/no answer to the question of do mass fluctuations exist under the required conditions.
With respect to seasonal variations you’re absolutely right..the CO2 and O2 cycles are in antiphase to each other.
Cosmic rays are in antiphase with the sun’s activity, since the sun’s magnetic field shields us from them.
It was previously shown in the lhy mutant that the peak expression of genes directly controlled by the circadian clock are shifted by 12 h (antiphase) compared to wild type (