Self-repulsive

Definitions

  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • a Self-repulsive Self-repelling.
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Usage

In literature:

The man pushed his way in angrily, a big, self-assertive fellow; he was evidently smarting from his first repulse.
"The Burial of the Guns" by Thomas Nelson Page
That first repulsion had been really a fear of her undiscovered self, and the fear had gone to sleep.
"Martin Eden" by Jack London
All Argensola's attempts at friendliness with these neighbors were repulsed because of their self-centredness.
"The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse" by Vicente Blasco Ibanez
Why do I humble thus my self, and suing For peace, reap nothing but repulse and hate?
"The Poetical Works of John Milton" by John Milton
And now Aaron lay in a sort of semi-stupor of fear, frustrated anger, misery and self-repulsion: a sort of interlocked depression.
"Aaron's Rod" by D. H. Lawrence
Self-expiations, flagellations, sheepskin cloaks, root dinners, repulsive austerities, followed.
"Beacon Lights of History, Volume IV" by John Lord
Indeed, some of the later ones are almost repulsively flamboyant and self-conscious.
"A Wanderer in Venice" by E.V. Lucas
This is a self-deception of the most dangerous, or a hypocrisy of the most repulsive, sort.
"Woman under socialism" by August Bebel
Franklin supposed this electric fluid to be highly self-repulsive, and that it powerfully attracted the particles of matter.
"The Telephone" by A. E. Dolbear
Lady Beldi shrieked aloud, and instantly repulsed the self-forgetful Lothario.
"'Midst the Wild Carpathians" by Mór Jókai
His features were rather harsh, but not repulsive, and his demeanour quiet and self-possessed.
"Perils in the Transvaal and Zululand" by H.C. Adams
He sprang toward her, but a sudden repulsion gave her self-control.
"A Book o' Nine Tales." by Arlo Bates
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In science:

In particular, random walks with self-repulsive long range interactions are a natural model for polyelectrolytes (see e.g. ).
Diffusive-Ballistic Transition in Random Walks with Long-Range Self-Repulsion
In this note we propose a model of random walks with long-range self-repulsion exhibiting a diffusive-ballistic phase transition.
Diffusive-Ballistic Transition in Random Walks with Long-Range Self-Repulsion
Self-repulsive random walks with long range interactions are not new in the literature. E.g. random walk models with some similarity to the model proposed here has been studied in, and .
Diffusive-Ballistic Transition in Random Walks with Long-Range Self-Repulsion
Polymers with longranged self-repulsion: a variational approach, J.
Diffusive-Ballistic Transition in Random Walks with Long-Range Self-Repulsion
We consider the continuous time version of the ‘true’ or ‘myopic’ self-avoiding random walk with site repulsion in 1d.
Continuous time `true' self-avoiding random walk on Z
The true self-avoiding random walk with site repulsion (STSAW) was introduced in (Amit et al., 1983) as an example for a non-trivial random walk with long memory which behaves qualitatively differently from the usual diffusive behaviour of random walks.
Continuous time `true' self-avoiding random walk on Z
For repulsive self-interactions (k > 0), the universe starts at t = 0 from a singularity at which the density is infinite but the radius finite.
Models of universe with a polytropic equation of state: I. The early universe
This polytropic equation of state may correspond to self-gravitating BECs with repulsive (k > 0) or attractive (k < 0) self-interaction (the standard BEC model corresponds to n = 1), but it may have another origin.
Models of universe with a polytropic equation of state: I. The early universe
The upper sign corresponds to k > 0 (repulsive self-interaction) and the lower sign corresponds to k < 0 (attractive self-interaction).
Models of universe with a polytropic equation of state: I. The early universe
If the context are characters, then I (ℓ) = I0(ℓ) is also warranted when ℓ0 = 0 because this is the case where self-repulsion of the space is suppressed.
Information content versus word length in random typing
An electron/hole self-localization underlying formation of Wigner crystal or OSLCCLS occurs only if the Coulomb energy of mutual charge carrier repulsion is the prevailing one.
Coulomb Ordering in Anderson-Localized Electron Systems
As an example of this study we show in Fig. 17 a comparison of the exact result with that obtained from DMFT (referred to as LISA for “Local Impurity Self-consistent Approximation”) and CDMFT for the single-particle spectral gap ∆(U ) as a function of the on-site Coulomb repulsion U in the half-filled case.
Quantum Cluster Theories
Attractive interactions correspond to a bad solvent and result in a collapse of the polymer, while repulsive interactions correspond to a good solvent because the isolated polymer adopts a swollen, self-avoiding-walk like shape [ 6, 169].
Biological and synthetic membranes: What can be learned from a coarse-grained description?
Coulomb repulsion, and the correction of the self-interaction included for convenience in the Hartree term.
Density-Functional Theory of Surface Diffusion and Epitaxial Growth of Metals
An effective centrifugal potential of a repulsion which be opposed to gravitational self-action of the shell corresponds to this momentum.
The quasi-classical model of the spherical configuration in general relativity
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