depolarisation

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n depolarisation a loss of polarity or polarization
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Usage

In literature:

It is the parents' duty to depolarise them.
"The Nervous Child" by Hector Charles Cameron
The blocks certainly polarise more quickly than the old form, and it does not appear that they depolarise any more rapidly.
"Electric Bells and All About Them" by S. R. Bottone
For George Keene was becoming accustomed to being, as it were, depolarised.
"The Potter's Thumb" by Flora Annie Steel
For the time he was absolutely at fault, utterly depolarised.
"Voices in the Night" by Flora Annie Steel
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In science:

Palma, “Quantum entanglement and classical communication through a depolarising channel”, J.
Entanglement of random subspaces via the Hastings bound
In order to combine the measurements of the two Compton polarimeters with each other and with collision data, the depolarisation between these two measurement locations has to be studied.
Precision Polarimetry at the ILC: Concepts, Simulations and experiments
The main depolarisation source is at the Interaction Point (IP) and is due to strong beambeam effects .
Precision Polarimetry at the ILC: Concepts, Simulations and experiments
To quantify this latter source of polarisation loss, a realistic simulation of depolarisation and spin precession in the BDS is presented. A realistic bunch train is generated by using PLACET to track bunches through a misaligned linac in which a 1:1 correction and dispersion free steering is made.
Precision Polarimetry at the ILC: Concepts, Simulations and experiments
Depolarisation at the ILC is expected to add a further 0.14% luminosity weighted depolarisation to the physics collisions.
Precision Polarimetry at the ILC: Concepts, Simulations and experiments
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