What is another word for dipole?

Pronunciation: [dˈa͡ɪpə͡ʊl] (IPA)

A dipole is a molecule or an atom that has a separation of charges, resulting in a positive and negative end. There are several synonyms for the word dipole, including polar molecule, polarity, electric dipole, charge separation, and dipolar moment. A polar molecule is a substance that has a dipole moment, where the charges are not evenly distributed. Polarity refers to the state of a chemical compound or element having an electric dipole moment, giving it a positive and a negative end. An electric dipole is a system that possesses both positive and negative charges, separated by a certain distance. Charge separation refers to the distribution of positive and negative charges within a system, whereas a dipolar moment is the measure of the magnitude of the dipole.

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Usage examples for Dipole

W.A.C. was achieved by February 1948 with about 50 watts of R.F. into a simple dipole antenna.
"The Dawn of Amateur Radio in the U.K. and Greece A Personal View"
Norman F. Joly
The whole assembly acts as a dipole antenna.
"The Flying Stingaree"
Harold Leland Goodwin

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