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(p&#x014D;, l&#x2202;r i z&#x0101;&#x2019; sh&#x2202;n) <b>1</b>. Dipole moment per unit volume. In induced polarization, current dipole moment per unit volume. Also called [[Dictionary:magnetization|''magnetization'']] (q.v.). <b>2</b>. The polarity or potential near an electrode. <b>3</b>. A preferential direction of wave motion, as the component of S-waves whose motion is confined to a horizontal plane (SH). <b>4</b>. Preferential direction of motion involved in seismic wave passage, as determined with a three-component geophone or triphone. See [[Dictionary:polarization_filtering|''polarization filtering'']]. <b>5</b>. Magnetic orientation concerning only the vector direction and not the magnitude.
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(p&#x014D;, l&#x2202;r i z&#x0101;&#x2019; sh&#x2202;n) <b>1</b>. Dipole moment per unit volume. In induced polarization, current dipole moment per unit volume. Also called [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:magnetization|''magnetization'']] (q.v.). <b>2</b>. The polarity or potential near an electrode. <b>3</b>. A preferential direction of wave motion, as the component of S-waves whose motion is confined to a horizontal plane (SH). <b>4</b>. Preferential direction of motion involved in seismic wave passage, as determined with a three-component geophone or triphone. See [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:polarization_filtering|''polarization filtering'']]. <b>5</b>. Magnetic orientation concerning only the vector direction and not the magnitude.
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(pō, l∂r i zā’ sh∂n) 1. Dipole moment per unit volume. In induced polarization, current dipole moment per unit volume. Also called magnetization (q.v.). 2. The polarity or potential near an electrode. 3. A preferential direction of wave motion, as the component of S-waves whose motion is confined to a horizontal plane (SH). 4. Preferential direction of motion involved in seismic wave passage, as determined with a three-component geophone or triphone. See polarization filtering. 5. Magnetic orientation concerning only the vector direction and not the magnitude.