Doublet

Two peaks or bands of about equal intensity appearing close together on a spectrogram.
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Doublet

A form of gemstone trickery that was devised to allow inexpensive materials to imitate the more valuable gemstones before modern synthetics were available. A doublet can take several forms but always involves a fake gemstone produced by gluing together two different materials to form an illusion. A very common one in Victorian times was the garnet ...
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doublet

[n] - a man`s close-fitting jacket
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Doublet

If a bell is not round, individual partials can split into a close pair of frequencies which beat together. Doublets can add antique charm to a bell's sound but are usually to be avoided.
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Doublet

A lens made of two, closely-fitting lenses. The front component of the pair is made of crown glass and is convex on both surfaces, like a magnifying glass, while the rear component is made of flint glass and is concave, so that it is a perfect fit against the front element. Doublets are thicker than simple lenses and the join between the two l...
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Doublet

Two peaks or bands of about equal intensity appearing close together on a spectrogram.
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Doublet

Doub'let noun [ In sense 3, Old French doublet ; in sense 4, French doublet , dim. of double double. See Double , adjective ] 1. Two of the same kind; a pair; a couple. 2. (Print.) A word or words unintentionally doubled or s...
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doublet

<microscopy> Two simple lens elements cemented together, for the purpose of giving spherical and chromatic corrections. An achromatic doublet may be composed of a positive crown-glass lens and a negative flint-glass lens. The errors of one element are made to compensate those of the other element. ... (05 Aug 1998) ...
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doublet

noun a man`s close-fitting jacket; worn during the Renaissance
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Doublet

• (a.) Two of the same kind; a pair; a couple. • (a.) A word or words unintentionally doubled or set up a second time. • (a.) A counterfeit gem, composed of two pieces of crystal, with a color them, and thus giving the appearance of a naturally colored gem. Also, a piece of paste or glass covered by a veneer of real stone. • (a....
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doublet

(from the article `assembled gem`) A doublet is composed of two pieces of material, usually cemented together at the girdle (the stone`s widest part): if the two pieces are of the same ...
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doublet

(from the article `comet`) Exceptions to the resonance-fluorescence mechanism are known and are exemplified by the case of the emission of the `forbidden` red doublet of atomic ... In the atoms of alkali metals such as sodium and potassium, there are two components of fine structure (called doublets), while in atoms of alkalin...
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doublet

chief upper garment worn by men from the 15th to the 17th century. It was a close-fitting, waisted, padded jacket worn over a shirt. Its ancestor, ... [2 related articles]
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Doublet

A system of two quadrupoles in close proximity, and with opposite polarity, used to simultaneously constrain the beam size in two dimensions at some point downstream.
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doublet

another name for a pair.
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Doublet

A system of two quadrupoles in close proximity, and with opposite polarity, used to simultaneously constrain the beam size in two dimensions at some point downstream.
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doublet

an ordered set of two binary digits
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doublet

A compound lens made from two elements. The elements may be cemented together (forming a cemented doublet) or separated by an air space (forming a separated doublet). The most common doublet is the achromatic lens, consisting of a crown glass and a flint glass element chosen so that the indices of r...
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Doublet

/wams (germ.)- Short overgarment, a variation of the pourpoint. Originally it was worn under the pourpoint, and could be cut with or without sleeves.
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Doublet

In lapidary work, a doublet is a counterfeit stone composed of two pieces of crystal, with a colour between them, so that they have the same appearance as if the whole substance of the crystal were coloured.
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Doublet

A doublet was a close-fitting jacket or body-coat, covering the body from the neck to a little below the waist. Its use was introduced to Britain from France in the 14th century, and it continued to be worn by both sexes and all ranks until the reign of Charles II when it was superseded by the vest and waistcoat. The garment got its name from being...
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doublet

Type: Term Pronunciation: dŭb′let Definitions: 1. A combination of two lenses designed to correct a chromatic and spheric aberration. 2. Any sequence of two nucleotides in a polynucleotide strand. 3. A closely spaced pair of peaks or lines in a spectrum. Synonyms: dipole
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Doublet

Two peaks or bands of about equal intensity appearing close together on a spectrogram.
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Doublet

a tight-fitting jacket
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Doublet

[linguistics] In etymology, two or more words in the same language are called doublets or etymological twins (or possibly triplets, etc.) when they have different phonological forms but the same etymological root. Often, but not always, the variants have entered the language through different routes. Because the relationship between words t...
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