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n.1.(Elec.) A substance used to prevent polarization, as upon the negative plate of a voltaic battery.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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where P([theta]) is the Muller matrix of polarizer; [theta] is the direction of the transmit axis and the subscript numbers of [theta] are the polarizer and analyzer, respectively; D(d) is the Muller matrix of the depolarizer (including the polarizer and color filter); d is the degree of depolarization.
Treatment with the MMP depolarizer, CCCP, leads to the disappearance of J-aggregates of membrane potential-dependent fluorescent dye JC-1 in A549 cells.
Recently, with the August 2016 deployment of MOBY261, a wedged quartz depolarizer (DPU-25-A, Thorlabs, Newton, NJ) (1) was added to the optical train between the mirror and the external window; it is 0.711 mm behind the window.
Mercuric chloride was used as an antiseptic and is now being used as wood preservative, photographic intensifier, dry battery depolarizer, tanning agent for leather, catalysts in the manufacture of chemicals such as vinyl chloride and disinfectant.