Science / Tides and Currents / Nodal Line
Nodal Line: A line in an oscillating body of water along which there is a minimum or zero rise and fall of the tide.
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Nodal Points: Are located in two areas in a compound lens system. The front nodal point is where rays of light entering the lens appear to aim. The rear nodal point is where the rays of light appear to ha . . . View Full Definition
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Nodal Point: The zero tide point in an amphidromic region.
Nodal Plane: Is an imaginary line passing through the nodal point, perpendicular to the optical axis.
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