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Related to depolarisation: repolarisation
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Noun1.depolarisation - a loss of polarity or polarization
change - the result of alteration or modification; "there were marked changes in the lining of the lungs"; "there had been no change in the mountains"
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The EarthCARE payload comprises four instruments: a cloud profiling radar (CPR) with Doppler capability operating at 94GHz a cloud-aerosol lidar (ATLID) operating at 355nm with a high spectral resolution receiver to separate molecular from particle back-scatter plus a depolarisation channel a multi-spectral imager (MSI) with channels in the visible to thermal infrared and a broad-band radiometer (BBR).
Psaki said the US condemns all violence and calls on all parties to exercise restraint, move towards an inclusive political process, and focus on depolarisation.
Grayanotoxin is a neurotoxin that binds to the sodium channels in the cell membrane, maintaining them in an open state and prolonging depolarisation.
The archaeal digoxin produces sodium potassium ATPase inhibition, a paroxysmal depolarisation shift in the neuronal membrane and generates an electromagnetic field of 10-7 Hz oscillation.
The QT interval is the time it takes for depolarisation (excitation) and repolarisation (recovery) of the ventricles of the heart.
In addition, MCGs were better able to identify differences in the distribution of cardiac magnetic field strength during repolarisation and depolarisation between normal subjects and cardiac patients.
With the depolarisation debate creating a frenzy of IFA takeovers, sales, mergers and partial equity stakes, a new website - forsalesold.
It was widely predicted that depolarisation would allow the big battalions - banks and building societies - to grab a big chunk of business from financial advisors.
At the same time distribution of pensions will be affected by depolarisation and the introduction of basic advisers.