The S atom in this side chain also helps polarize the C-H bond more than other methyl C-H bonds.
A linear polarizer placed before the beam splitter rejected the p-polarized light, reducing the light noise and increasing the system dynamic range.
The growing polarization of university campuses is a true reflection of the widening wealth gap in Chinese society.
When viewed between crossed polarizers by polarized light microscopy such samples appear dark and featureless.
This is the normal effect due to London forces - the greater the polarizability of the electron cloud, the more the condensed phase is stabilized by transient dipoles.
Future studies that aim at revealing the vibrational signature of the polarizable proton along membrane surfaces are highly appreciated and welcome.
A polarization converter polarizes an incident light beam having a first component with a first plane of polarization and a second component with a second plane of polarization orthogonal to the first plane.
The debate quickly polarized into MFA and non-MFA camps without moving beyond the initial disagreement.
With regard to the observed changes in the spectral properties of the nucleosides in neat solvents, these may be the result of interactions that stem from solvent polarity, polarizability , or specific effects.
Even though the sun itself produces fully depolarized light, partially linearly polarized light is abundant in natural scenes.