duplet


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duplet

(ˈdjuːplɪt)
n
1. (Chemistry) a pair of electrons shared between two atoms in a covalent bond
2. (Music, other) music a group of two notes played in the time of three
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A double duplet at I' 1.67 (2 H, J1 = 12.1 Hz, J2 = 6.0 Hz) and a 2H multiplet at I' 1.40 were assigned to 7-H and 8-H, respectively.
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Level 4 (18 etudes) emphasizes and requires dynamic control in all registers, particularly up top, a rhythmic feeling for suddenly occurring triplets in a duplet context, and good air support for slurs.
(13) The manuscript of Barcarolle in turn notates the vocal rhythm more clearly than printed sources, by using dotted rather than tied notation to distinguish duplet from triplet patterns (mm.
This can be formalized by defining a document as a duplet D={[C.sub.d], [R.sub.d]} where [C.sub.d] corresponds to all the concepts, and [R.sub.d] corresponds to all the relationships that explicitly appear in the text.
The increasing intensity of a 14.9 kDa protein and decreasing intensity of the protein duplet in the region 33 kDa were confirmed.