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Spiral cleavage also called Rotational cleavage

In embryology, cleavage is the division of cells in the early embryoSource: Wikipedia

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moment of inertia also called Rotational inertia

(SI units kg m2, British units slug ft2), is the rotational analog of massSource: Wikipedia

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Rotational invariance

a function defined on an inner product space is said to have rotational invariance if its value does not change when arbitrary rotations are applied to its argumentSource: Wikipedia

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Alkane stereochemistry also called Rotational barrier

concerns the stereochemistry of linear alkanes and the linear alkane conformersSource: Wikipedia

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Rotational spectroscopy

The use of microwaves in spectroscopy essentially became possible due to the development of microwave technology for RADAR during World War IISource: Wikipedia

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Linear-rotational analogs

many of the quantities in linear motion and rotational motion are analogous, in that they act the same way in many equationsSource: Wikipedia

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Rotational energy

Looking at rotational energy separately in an object's centre of mass frame, one gets the following dependence on the object's moment of inertia: where The mechanical work required for / applied during rotation is the torque times the rotation angleSource: Wikipedia

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Moment of Inertia also called Rotational inertia

(SI units kg m2, British units slug ft2), is the rotational analog of massSource: Wikipedia

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Rotational-vibrational coupling

occurs when the rotation frequency of an object is close to or identical to a natural internal vibration frequencySource: Wikipedia

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Rigid rotor also called Rotational constant

a mechanical model that is used to explain rotating systemsSource: Wikipedia

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Coupling also called the interdependence of rotational

In physics, two systems are coupled if they are interacting with each otherSource: Wikipedia

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Estimation of signal parameters via rotational invariant techniques

a technique to determine parameters of a mixture of sinusoids in a background noiseSource: Wikipedia

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Rotational diffusion

a process by which the equilibrium statistical distribution of the overall orientation of particles or molecules is maintained or restoredSource: Wikipedia

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Rotation around a fixed axis also called rotational motion

can occur around more than one axis at once, and can involve phenomena such as wobbling and precessionSource: Wikipedia

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Prismatic compound of prisms with rotational freedom

Each member of this infinite family of uniform polyhedron compounds is a symmetric arrangement of prisms sharing a common axis of rotational symmetrySource: Wikipedia

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Rotational delay

one of the three delays associated with reading or writing data on a computer's disk drive, and somewhat similar for CD or DVD drivesSource: Wikipedia

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Angular momentum also called Angular rotational momentum

In physics, the angular momentum of a particle about an origin is a vector quantity equal to the mass of the particle multiplied by the cross product of the position vector of the particle with its velocity vectorSource: Wikipedia

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Rotational temperature

commonly used in thermodynamics, to simplify certain equationsSource: Wikipedia

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Prismatic compound of antiprisms with rotational freedom

Each member of this infinite family of uniform polyhedron compounds is a symmetric arrangement of antiprisms sharing a common axis of rotational symmetrySource: Wikipedia

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