- Dipole (disambiguation)
In physics, a dipole is a quantity involved some form of polarity
- Electric dipole
- Magnetic dipole
- Dipole moment (disambiguation)
- Arctic dipole anomaly
- Indian Ocean Dipole
It may also refer to:
- Dipole antenna, a type of radio antenna
- Dipole magnet, a permanent magnet
- Dipole graph, a graph with two poles
- Dipole speaker, a loudspeaker enclosure
- Dipole model of the Earth's magnetic field - the Earth's magnetic field can be viewed as dipolar (first order approximation).
- Dipole anisotropy in Cosmology it has the property of being directionally dependent and is relative to the observer because one end of the 360-degree spectrum is redshifted, whereas the other end is blueshifted.
- Dipole–dipole attraction is one of several intermolecular forces.
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