twodimensional love

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  • adjective Alternative spelling of two-dimensional.

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Examples

  • Entirely new phenomena appear when the Hall effect is studied in twodimensional electron systems, in which the electrons are forced to move in an extremely thin surface layer between for example a metal and a semiconductor.

    Press Release: The 1985 Nobel Prize in Physics

  • This work led eventually to twodimensional crystals of pol II, and then to large single crystals and the X-ray structure of pol II.

    Roger D. Kornberg - Autobiography

  • Go up a dimension, and any three points can be located on a twodimensional plane.

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  • Go up a dimension, and any three points can be located on a twodimensional plane.

    MILLENNIUM

  • Go up a dimension, and any three points can be located on a twodimensional plane.

    MILLENNIUM

  • With her recorder Stands-while-Sitting made careful copies of all the twodimensional images.

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  • That is a compromise early 3D programmers can live with, as adopting "full 3D" - delivering full resolution to each eye-would require doubling the current bandwidth used to deliver twodimensional HD to the home.

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  • Laureate in Chemistry 1968) found the exact solution for the thermodynamic properties of a twodimensional model, that had been frequently discussed.

    Press Release: The 1982 Nobel Prize in Physics

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