Definition of Elutors
1. elutor [n] - See also: elutor
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Elutors
Literary usage of Elutors
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Beet-sugar Manufacture and Refining by Lewis Sharpe Ware (1907)
"Five elutors were connected vvith one condenser. The circulating alcohol, at 40°, was introduced into the battery, and remained in the ..."
2. Sugar Growing and Refining: A Comprehensive Treatise on the Culture of Sugar by Charles George Warnford Lock, George William Wigner, Robert Henry Harland (1882)
"These fragments are regularly supplied to large vessels, termed " elutors," having the form of diffusors, arranged in a battery, and surmounted by an outlet ..."
3. Sugar: A Handbook for Planters and Refiners by Charles George Warnford Lock, Benjamin E. R. Newlands, John A. R. Newlands (1888)
"... reduced to small fragments and placed in a number of vessels called " elutors." It was then washed with alcohol of 35 per cent, in a systematic manner, ..."
4. Industrial Organic Chemistry: Adapted for the Use of Manufacturers, Chemists by Samuel Philip Sadtler (1912)
"... put into the '' elutors,'' vessels which are somewhat similar in design to the cells of a diffusion- battery. ..."
5. Sugar: A Handbook for Planters and Refiners, Being a Comprehensive Treatise by John A. R. Newlands, Benjamin E. R. Newlands (1909)
"... reduced to small fragments and placed in a number of vessels called "elutors." It was then washed with alcohol of 35 per cent, in a systematic manner, ..."