Definitions

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  • adj. Able to be polarized

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Susceptible of polarization.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Capable of being polarized. Also spelled polarisable.

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Examples

  • RayP, hydrogen atoms are not very polarizable, and hydrogen is very light and it can tunnel through a small barrier.

    How big is that molecule in the window

  • It can also be applied to many polarizable objects.

    Scientific American Supplement, No. 514, November 7, 1885

  • However, Master Chief's polarizable faceplate will, sadly, lead to people knowing his face/becoming almost invisble by making your character full-black.

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  • The challenge now is to find materials that are easily polarizable under an applied electric field.

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  • "We have made such an attempt, and we have proposed a new principle for the design of hydrogen storage materials which involves materials with low-coordinated, non-metal anions that are highly polarizable in an applied electric field," he said.

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  • Research will be reported on electromagnetic wave propagation in mixed materials with inclusions that contain polarizable molecules, ceramic impurities, air bubbles, and fiber glass which support scattering centers, permanent electric dipoles, induced dipoles, and high frequency plasmons.

    IEEE Spectrum

  • However, Master Chief's polarizable faceplate will, sadly, lead to people knowing his face / becoming almost invisble by making your character full-black.

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  • Its high energy storage capability is attributed to the highly polarizable barium atoms, which contribute to the enhanced permittivity, and the alkali-free composition, which inhibits energy loss.

    Nano Tech Wire

  • So, using the polarizable model, they calculated where the electrons congregated and the resulting structures created on the surface of the water.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

  • The team found that the polarizable approach provided better results, more closely matching the data from the x-ray reflectivity experiments.

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