polarity

[ poh-lar-i-tee, puh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF polarity
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But you said the polarity couldn't be that of a magnet; then what?

If so, it was by a reversal of polarity through an act of will.

His polarity had changed: his electricity was no longer negative, but positive.

The polarity of magnetism and electricity also appealed to the senses.

But if this be the case, how are we to conceive the physical mechanism of this polarity?

The state of a compass needle, the polarity of which has been injured.

Once over it, I expected to reverse my polarity and fall on the moon.

Its polarity depends on the direction in which the current flows.

Is there one of us able to formularize the polarity of light?

The polarity and variation of the needle come under our present head.

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