Definition of Polarizes

1. Verb. (third-person singular of polarize) ¹



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Definition of Polarizes

1. polarize [v] - See also: polarize

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Polarizes

polarity
polarity of translation
polarizabilities
polarizability
polarizable
polarization
polarization colours
polarization microscopy
polarizations
polarize
polarized
polarized light
polarized light microscope
polarizer
polarizers
polarizes (current term)
polarizing
polarizing element
polarizing power
polarly
polarogram
polarograms
polarograph
polarographic
polarographies
polarographs
polarography
polaron
polaronic
polarons

Literary usage of Polarizes

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1. Glossary of Terms and Phrases by Henry Percy Smith (1883)
"The part of a polariscope which polarizes light ; it may be a surface from which light is reflected at the polarizing angle, or a portion of a doubly ..."

2. The Eye in Its Relation to Health by Chalmers Prentice (1895)
"This force polarizes the cell structure, which then performs the work of attraction and repulsion. 1. Visual centers. 5. Complicated movements of hand, 2. ..."

3. The Standard Electrical Dictionary: A Popular Dictionary of Words, Terms by Thomas O'Conor Sloane (1892)
"... ELECTRICAL DICTIONARY. in reases the EMF The cell polarizes rapidly and the : coefficient is considered too high. Fig. 80. ..."

4. Geological Magazine by Henry Woodward (1892)
"The two remaining diabases are schistose ; one, as described by Mr. Harker, contains a chlorite which polarizes in higher tints than usual, ..."

5. Introduction to the Study of Organic Chemistry by Adolf Pinner (1882)
"It polarizes to the right, and does not reduce alkaline cupric solutions. ... It is easily soluble in water, polarizes to the right, is not acted on by ..."

6. The Encyclopedia of Chemistry, Practical and Theoretical: Embracing Its by James Curtis Booth, Campbell Morfit (1862)
"A solution of glucose polarizes light to the right, and continues to do so during fermentation. A solution of fruit-sugar, ..."

7. An Introduction to Natural Philosophy: Designed as a Text-book for the Use by Denison Olmsted, Ebenezer Strong Snell (1871)
"No substance entirely polarizes the light incident upon it, ... On the other hand, every substance polarizes, in some degree, the light which it reflects. ..."

8. Mercersburg Review (1850)
"As already stated, it is the polarity of the sun, the objective centre of the earth, that polarizes this latter, just as an artificial magnet polarizes ..."

9. Glossary of Terms and Phrases by Henry Percy Smith (1883)
"The part of a polariscope which polarizes light ; it may be a surface from which light is reflected at the polarizing angle, or a portion of a doubly ..."

10. The Eye in Its Relation to Health by Chalmers Prentice (1895)
"This force polarizes the cell structure, which then performs the work of attraction and repulsion. 1. Visual centers. 5. Complicated movements of hand, 2. ..."

11. The Standard Electrical Dictionary: A Popular Dictionary of Words, Terms by Thomas O'Conor Sloane (1892)
"... ELECTRICAL DICTIONARY. in reases the EMF The cell polarizes rapidly and the : coefficient is considered too high. Fig. 80. ..."

12. Geological Magazine by Henry Woodward (1892)
"The two remaining diabases are schistose ; one, as described by Mr. Harker, contains a chlorite which polarizes in higher tints than usual, ..."

13. Introduction to the Study of Organic Chemistry by Adolf Pinner (1882)
"It polarizes to the right, and does not reduce alkaline cupric solutions. ... It is easily soluble in water, polarizes to the right, is not acted on by ..."

14. The Encyclopedia of Chemistry, Practical and Theoretical: Embracing Its by James Curtis Booth, Campbell Morfit (1862)
"A solution of glucose polarizes light to the right, and continues to do so during fermentation. A solution of fruit-sugar, ..."

15. An Introduction to Natural Philosophy: Designed as a Text-book for the Use by Denison Olmsted, Ebenezer Strong Snell (1871)
"No substance entirely polarizes the light incident upon it, ... On the other hand, every substance polarizes, in some degree, the light which it reflects. ..."

16. Mercersburg Review (1850)
"As already stated, it is the polarity of the sun, the objective centre of the earth, that polarizes this latter, just as an artificial magnet polarizes ..."

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