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In 1992, in the same area, Placer Dome Inc completed a ground based gradient IP resistivity and dipole-dipole IP geophysical survey which identified a chargeability anomaly with dimensions of about 1,500 m by 500 m.
The spectrum is a unique fingerprint of the interactions (hydrogen bonding, dipole-dipole, and Van der Weals) between small molecules and within larger molecules and thus provides structural information.
During 2011, gradient array and dipole-dipole Induced Polarisation (IP) surveys were conducted at Jolly Tar by GOA.
Figure 3 shows inverted resistivity images obtained for Wenner, pole-pole, dipole-dipole and pole-dipole arrays (a, b, c & d, respectively) to determine which array best imaged the subsurface cavity; inverted resistivity representing the arrays were compared Figure 3a shows an inverted model obtained using a Wenner array; the image shows that inverted resistivity was underestimated and the model did not resolve the embedded 20 [[ohm].
Additionally dipole-dipole interactions seem to play a pivotal role in neutral defluxing, as permanent dipoles in molecules are created.
Theoretically, Kalia and Vashishta (1981) and Zangi and Rice (1998) studied the melting transition of a colloidal monolayer using dipole-dipole interactions and a Marcus-Rice potential, respectively, with molecular dynamics (MD) simulations.
The principle behind this says that signal broadening, which causes bad resolution, can be prevented by causing dipole-dipole relaxation and chemical shift anisotropy to occur at similar intensities and opposite signs during 3-D experiments for biomacromolecules.
The strength of this magnetic dipole-dipole interaction is comparable to the neutron-nuclear interaction, and thus there are magnetic cross-sections that are analogous to the nuclear ones that reveal the complete structure and full range of lattice dynamics of materials over wide ranges of length scale and energy.
Here, IP dipole-dipole data were collected at 100 m spacings on lines 100 m apart over hilly terrain in an area approximately 1.
Because the electron spin can be seen as a magnetic dipole, a system of many spin vectors is nothing but a system of many magnetic dipole vectors interacting with each other via magnetic dipole-dipole couplings.