• WordNet 3.6
    • v depolarise eliminate the polarization of
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • v.t Depolarise de-pō′lar-īz to deprive of polarity
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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

In science:

The channel-state isomorphism is used to study and contrast amplitude damping channels and generalised depolarising channels geometrically.
Dissipative and Non-dissipative Single-Qubit Channels: Dynamics and Geometry
More generally, phase flip channels are a subset of Pauli or generalized depolarising channels, which are unital, i.e, they map the identity matrix to itself.
Dissipative and Non-dissipative Single-Qubit Channels: Dynamics and Geometry
In fiber based QC, the problem is to maintain this value in spite of polarisation fluctuations and depolarisation in the fiber link.
Quantum Cryptography
An additional hardware requirement is a polarisation preserving screen, as a normal screen such as a painted wall9 will depolarise the incident light.
Future Directions in Astronomy Visualisation
For HERMES, depolarising effects from the coils of H1 and ZEUS were compensated during HERA I with special magnets near the beam axis.
Collider Physics at HERA