Definition of Electrotypes

1. Noun. (plural of electrotype) ¹



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Definition of Electrotypes

1. electrotype [v] - See also: electrotype

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Electrotypes

electrotonic junction
electrotonic synapse
electrotonically
electrotonize
electrotonizing
electrotonous
electrotonus
electrotonuses
electrotransfer
electrotransfers
electrotropism
electrotype
electrotyped
electrotyper
electrotypers
electrotypes (current term)
electrotypic
electrotyping
electrotypy
electrovacuum
electrovalence
electrovalency
electrovalent
electrovalent bond
electroviscous
electrovital
electroweak
electroweak interaction
electrowetting
electrowinning

Literary usage of Electrotypes

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1. International Library of Technology: A Series of Textbooks for Persons by International Textbook Company (1909)
"If electrotypes are handled as if they were scrap iron, nothing but poor printing will result. electrotypes should never be kept with their faces together; ..."

2. Indexing and Filing: A Manual of Standard Practice by Eugene Russell Hudders (1916)
"The method of filing half tones, zincs, plates, electrotypes, ... Inasmuch as the question of filing of electrotypes and cuts in the publishing field ..."

3. A Manual of Electro-metallurgy: Including the Applications of the Art to by James Napier (1876)
"electrotypes FROM DAGUERREOTYPES.—What may be justly termed the perfection of electrotyping is the production of electrotypes from daguerreotypes. ..."

4. Auditing Theory and Practice by Robert Hiester Montgomery (1912)
"electrotypes, Woodcuts, etc.: The arguments just urged as to patterns apply with equal force to these items.- Conservative publishers charge almost the ..."

5. A Complete Treatise on the Electro-deposition of Metals: Comprising Electro by Georg Langbein (1898)
"... electrotypes, etc., over steeling will be discussed under " Steeling," and hence only the most suitable composition of the nickel baths and the ..."

6. A Guide to the Exhibition Galleries of the British Museum, Bloomsbury by British Museum (1888)
"THE fronts of the two upright cases (A and B) placed back to back in the centre of this room contain electrotypes of the finest ancient coins in the ..."

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