Definition of Detonators

1. Noun. (plural of detonator) ¹



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Definition of Detonators

1. detonator [n] - See also: detonator

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Detonators

detitanation
detonabilities
detonability
detonable
detonatable
detonate
detonated
detonates
detonating
detonating device
detonating fuse
detonation
detonations
detonative
detonator
detonators (current term)
detonization
detonizations
detonize
detonized
detonizes
detonizing
detorsion
detorsions
detort
detorted
detorting
detortion
detorts
detour

Literary usage of Detonators

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1. The Electrical Engineer (1898)
"The free ends of the detonators are coupled to a circuit that must be left ... This small < so that it is impossible under ordinary to fire the detonators ..."

2. The Scots Law Times by Scotland Land Court (1893)
"That the use of detonators and the persons who -bill issue them is governed ... That these detonators were issued to the respon- 'l"nt with the knowledge, ..."

3. Proceedings by International Railway Congress Association (1901)
"As regards the action of detonators, the models at present in use (detonators with stem) for the repetition of fixed signals may be considered satisfactory; ..."

4. Elements of Mining by George Joseph Young (1916)
"The resistance of detonators is about 1.25 ohms. The current required for ignition is 0.8 amp. ... After the detonators are connected up to the lead wires ..."

5. Lectures on Explosives: A Course of Lectures Prepared Especially as a Manual by Willoughby Walke (1897)
"Percussion-caps and detonators.—Caps and detonators are small cylinders made generally of copper and filled with an explosive composition. ..."

6. Lectures on Explosives: A Course of Lectures Prepared Especially as a Manual by Willoughby Walke (1897)
"In addition to these salts of potassium, other substances are added to the fulminate in making percussion-caps and detonators, in which industry it finds ..."

7. The Oriental Sporting Magazine: From June 1828 to June 1833. (1873)
"detonators aro, I allow, very pretty tools indeed, but notwithstanding the candid confession, why are Flints to be so studiously avoided ? ..."

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