Bipolar

The taking up of a stain at either end of a micro-organism while the central part remains clear. Members of the genus Pasteurella commonly exhibit bipolar staining.

bipolar

At both ends or poles.
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Bipolar

A signal containing both positive-going and negative-going amplitude. May also contain a zero amplitude state.
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bipolar

[adj] - having two poles
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Bipolar

A signal that swings both above and below analog ground, thus having positive and negative values.
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Bipolar

The ability of a panel meter to display both positive and negative readings.
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Bipolar

Bi·po'lar adjective [ Prefix bi- + polar . Confer Dipolar .] Doubly polar; having two poles; as, a bipolar cell or corpuscle.
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bipolar

Doubly polar; having two poles; as, a bipolar cell or corpuscle. ... Origin: Pref. Bi- + polar. Cf. Dipolar. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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bipolar

adjective of, pertaining to, or occurring in both polar regions; `the bipolar distribution of certain species`
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bipolar

adjective having two poles
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bipolar

(bi-po´lәr) having two poles or pertaining to both poles. describing a neuron with processes at both ends. pertaining to mood disorders in which both manic or hypomanic episodes and depressive episodes occur.
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Bipolar

• (a.) Doubly polar; having two poles; as, a bipolar cell or corpuscle.
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Bipolar

1) The condition of possessing two pole sets. In a conventional (non-FET) transistor, one pole set exists between the base and collector, and the other pole set exists between the base and emitter. 2) Speakers that consist of two driver arrays facing opposite directions and wired in electrical phase with one another to create a more diffuse soundst...
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BiPolar

Malden Mills' fabric technology that uses different weaving techniques, yarn types, and chemical treatments on each side (inside and outside) of the fabric. This creates a double-faced polyester fabric that reacts to the different conditions on each side of the surface. BiPolar technology is available in lightweight, midweight, and expedition or he...
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bipolar

An international system in which there are two dominant nation-states. bourgeoisie. A Marxist term referring to those who own the means of production.
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bipolar

Type: Term Pronunciation: bī-pō′ler Definitions: 1. Having two poles, ends, or extremes.
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Bipolar

Electrical characteristic denoting a circuit with both negative and positive polarity. Contrast with unipolar.
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