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Coupling is a connection or joint between two things.
Coupling may also refer to:
- Coupling (UK TV series), a British sitcom written by Steven Moffat for the BBC
- Coupling (computer programming), the degree to which each program module relies on each one of the other modules
- Coupling (electronics), the transfer of a signal from one medium or circuit block to another
- Coupling (genetics), a type of genetic linkage
- Coupling (physics), a concept in physics; or the interdependence of rotational, vibrational, and electronic states of a molecule
- Coupling (piping), a short length of pipe or tube to connect two pipes or tubes together
- Coupling (probability), a proof technique in probability theory
- Railway coupling, a mechanism for connecting railway rolling stock
- Angular momentum coupling, the combining of quantized angular momentum (e.g., the interaction between two nuclei in nuclear magnetic resonance)
- Azo coupling, often called "coupling", an electrophilic substitution reaction.
- Coupling reaction, reactions between hydrocarbon fragments in organic chemistry
- Hose coupling, a piece on the end of a hose to connect it to extra hoses or hose appliances
- Joint encoding, an audio compression technique in which the redundancy of information between audio channels is reduced; also commonly known as channel coupling or stereo coupling
- Mating or the act of sexual intercourse
- Coupling, the distance formed by the lumbar vertebrae of a horse's back.
- Coupling rod a device for connecting the driving wheels of a locomotive
- Coupling tracks in music recording, B-sides are called coupling tracks
- Couple (disambiguation)
- Coupler (disambiguation)
- Short-coupled (disambiguation)
- Decoupling (disambiguation)
- Uncouple (disambiguation)
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