LCP

(redirected from Left Circularly Polarized)
AcronymDefinition
LCPLink Control Protocol
LCPLa Chaine Parlementaire (French: Parliamentary Channel; government TV network)
LCPLiquid Crystal Polymer
LCPLightweight Compact Pistol (Ruger)
LCPLeft Circularly Polarized
LCPLocal Coastal Plan (California)
LCPLanding Craft Personnel (WWII)
LCPLine Card Cover Plate
LCPLinux Certified Professional
LCPLight Component Project
LCPLayer Control Protocol
LCPLocking Compression Plate (orthopedics)
LCPLocal Currency Pricing
LCPLocal Control Panel
LCPLabor Code of the Philippines
LCPLinear Complementarity Problem
LCPLive-In Caregiver Program (work visa program; Canada)
LCPLivestock Compensation Program
LCPLiverpool Care Pathway for the Dying Patient (UK)
LCPLittle Computer People (computer game)
LCPLondon College of Printing (UK)
LCPLegg-Calve-Perthes (disease)
LCPLance Corporal
LCPLabor Compliance Program (Canada)
LCPLicensed Clinical Psychologist
LCPLarge Combustion Plant
LCPLocal Community Planning (UK)
LCPLocal Convergence Point (computer networking)
LCPLocal Comprehensive Plan (Massachusetts)
LCPLeadership Certificate Program (various schools)
LCPLebanese Communist Party (est. 1924; Lebanon)
LCPLong-Chain Polyunsaturated Fatty Acid
LCPLiverpool Care of the Dying Pathway (Liverpool, England, UK)
LCPLinux Certified Professional (Sair Linux and GNU certification)
LCPLeast-Cost Path
LCPLawyers Cooperative Publishing
LCPLetter Carrier Presort (Canada Post)
LCPLeague of Canadian Poets
LCPLeft-Hand Circular Polarization
LCPLanguage and Culture Program (various organizations)
LCPLions Club Park (various locations)
LCPLife Cycle Plan
LCPLeft Circular Polarization
LCPLight Compensation Point
LCPLog Collection Platform (Symantec Corporation)
LCPLesbian Community Project
LCPLarge Collaborative Project
LCPLocal Calling Plan (telecommunications; various companies)
LCPLearning Communities Program
LCPLansing City Pulse (publication; Lansing, MI)
LCPLowcountry Community Players (Walterboro, SC)
LCPLanguage Conversion Program
LCPLabor Certification Program
LCPLiteracy Community Planning (Canada)
LCPLifestyle Communities Pavilion (music venue; Columbus, OH)
LCPLower Control Panel (vehicle repair)
LCPLiberian Collections Project (Indiana University)
LCPLaboratory of Cancer Prevention
LCPLaunch Control Post
LCPLaunch Control Panel
LCPLead-Containing Paint
LCPLife Cycle Phase
LCPLocal Complex Potential (electron-atom scattering)
LCPLocal Control Point
LCPLetter Change Proposal
LCPLine Communication Processor
LCPLivermore Conversion Project (Oakland, CA)
LCPLicentiate of the College of Preceptors
LCPLeased Circuit program
LCPLocal Coherent Potential
LCPLogical Central Processor (IBM mainframes)
LCPLocation Characterization Plan
LCPLogistics Calibration Procedure
LCPLogistics Capability Plan
LCPLockup Clutch Pressure
LCPLight Communications Package
References in periodicals archive ?
A chiral or optically active medium is characterized by different phase velocities for the right and left circularly polarized waves, and a linearly polarized wave undergoes a rotation of its polarization as it propagates inside this medium [11, 12].
To represent the fields within the chiral coating, it is necessary that the spherical vector wave functions be combined to form the right and left circularly polarized vector wave functions [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] and [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (j = 1 or 3 according to the spherical Bessel functions of the first or third kind used in them) [29], which satisfy Eqs.
The subscripts R, L are used to represent the right and left circularly polarized fields.
After this discovery, it was experimentally and theoretically proved that the right circularly polarized (RCP) and the left circularly polarized (LCP) waves in chiral medium have different refraction indices due to different phase velocities [1].
Although, natural chiral materials have very weak chirality, but properly designed CMM structures with considerable chirality can realize negative refractive index for either right circularly polarized (RCP) or left circularly polarized (LCP) waves.