Polarity

Refers to the electronically lop-sided condition of a molecule that has one half more negative than the other half. A state or condition of having poles or possessing parts or regions of opposite or contrasting effects. Polar (hydrophobic) and apolor (hydrophilic) portions of a molecule may be present on a surfactant or a pesticide.

polarity

[n] - having an indicated pole (as the distinction between positive and negative electric charges)
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Polarity

1) The condition of being positive or negative with respect to some reference point or object.
2) The direction of flow of electricity either negative to positive or positive to negative. Matching polarity between different amplifiers can greatly reduce hum and the risk of elictrical shock. Most amps come equipped with a 'polarity switch'.
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Polarity

The direction of current flow or magnetizing force.
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polarity

A property associated with molecules when the center of positive charge and the center of negative charge don't coincide. See also polar molecule and polar bond.
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Polarity

Defines whether the output voltage of a DC power supply is “positive� or “negative� going with respect to its return
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polarity

sign noun having an indicated pole (as the distinction between positive and negative electric charges); `he got the polarity of the battery reversed`; `charges of opposite sign`
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polarity

(po-lar´ĭ-te) the condition of having poles or of exhibiting opposite effects at the two extremities.
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polarity

(from the article `geomagnetic field`) ...a magnet aligned with the planet`s rotation axis. The figure shows such a field for a bar magnet located at the centre of a sphere. If the sphere ... [2 related articles]
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polarity

an indication of which poles or pole faces of a magnet are north poles or north pole faces and which are south poles or south pole faces
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Polarity

Polarity decribes the orientation of the positive and negative connections of an audio signal.
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polarity

direction of current flow.
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Polarity

The contrasting and complementary qualities shown by signs opposite each other in the zodiac.
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Polarity

A property associated with molecules when the center of positive charge and the center of negative c
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Polarity

A Term used to describe the orientation of a differential voltage.
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Polarity

(component) Componentsa component with a positive and a negative connection
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