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Explanation of a term: Gyration

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Re: Gyration

From wikipedia....

"Gyration is another term for rotation. A center of actual rotation as well as rotational symmetry may be called gyration center, gyration point, or rotocenter. See also radius of gyration. Other terms with the "gyro-" root for rotation are gyroscope and gyroelongated. See also more terms with gyro."

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Re: Gyration

gyration - a single complete turn (axial or orbital); "the plane made three rotations before it crashed"; "the revolution of the earth about the sun takes one year"


gyration - the act of rotating in a circle or spiral
 

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Re: Gyration

hi
thanks for your explanation but what this has to do with the electron movement and the circulatores in microwave devices
 

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