In graph theory, a dipole graph (also called a dipole or bond graph) is a multigraph consisting of two vertices connected with a number of parallel edges. A dipole graph containing n edges is called the order-n dipole graph, and is denoted by Dn. The order-n dipole graph is dual to the cycle graph Cn.
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