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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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Smarandache, Algebraic Structure of Neutrosophic Duplets in Neutrosophic Rings < Z [union] I >,Q [union] I, and < R [union] I >, Neutrosophic Sets and Systems, 23(2018), 85-95.
(10) Larsen's frequent use of duplets in the voice against triplets in the piano adds even more rhythmic intensity.
PMN cell population was analyzed by setting a proper gate using a side-scattered light area (SSC-A) and a forward-scattered light area (FSC-A) followed by a removal of duplets (usually <2%).
Book 4--Music in Threes and Finishing Up introduces compound time, triplets, duplets, double stops and chords.
The coexistence of paronymic duplets, belonging to different borrowing types but conveying a similar lexical meaning is also noticed: fraternity/fraternidad; high-ball/ jaibolear; jersey/yersi.
As can be seen from the spectra, the corresponding bands of the -OH group centered at 3327 [cm.sup.-1] and the duplets at 1054 and 1030 [cm.sup.-1] have broadened.
(ii) The z-related subproblem (involved in the duplets (y, v)) for (23) utilizing ADM is
Relative quantification of IL-1[beta], TNF-[alpha], NLRP-3, and IL-18 was performed by quantitative real-time PCR with the iQ SYBR Green Supermix in duplets according to the manufacturer's instructions (BioRad, Munich, Germany).
And don't forget twinkly duo The Duplets, or funky all-female outfitThe Shee.
Litter size also affected the egg shedding intensity and higher EPG was recorded in goats with duplets and triplets.
In order to minimize the number of duplets, triplets and 'zeroes' (empty fillings), sensor gates were mounted on each assembling pan, enabling feed back on product filling in each pan.
221 (1959), Schuman replaces the quadruplet rhythmic figures of the 1956 version with a more stable accompaniment emphasizing the principal beats of each measure but occasionally adding duplets and triplets to the solo line and accompanying strings (figs.