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- Date : September 26, 2020

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The connection between the triple point and a phase diagram is of interest to most physicists. It is also referred to as the critical stage, and it signifies the smallest distance between two points in the phase diagram. From the practice of image analysis, an individual can measure the divergence of the phase diagram.
The stages at phase diagrams are called durations, or even points. The durations in a phase diagram are often known as'thresholds'. The magnet and its area are just two points of duration.
This isn't at all where the magnetic energy intersects. It's not the moment at which the magnetic field has the lowest energy.
Because of the small distances between the stage points, the magnetic energy in the triple point is always zero. That is because the zero energy stems from the magnetic field accelerating towards the magnetic field, and the magnet doesn't have power to cancel out.
If you put two points on a phase diagram with the same diameter, there is a divergence of the phase diagram. The phase line that is drawn will reveal two different orientations of the phase diagram. The divergence of the phase diagram could be measured by the difference between the phase lines.
If you look at the phase diagram in a distance of one point from the source, the divergence is zero. At another distance from the source, the divergence is going to be negative. By looking at the divergence at the origin, you are able to calculate the stage line. However, should you do so, you will lose some information regarding the energy.
At the root, the zero energy stems in the area accelerating towards the field. When you look at the divergence of the phase diagram in another direction, then you can find the zero energy from the area accelerating away in the area. But that is less accurate than when you look at the divergence at the origin. It requires the total energy into account, including the field and the magnet.
We can observe the divergence of the phase diagram by analyzing the sine function. If we examine the dilation of the sine function at the source, we could find the divergence of the phase diagram. You can get it yourself by drawing on a point on the phase diagram and subtracting the source from the point.

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