Definition of Thermoelements

1. Noun. (plural of thermoelement) ¹



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Definition of Thermoelements

1. thermoelement [n] - See also: thermoelement

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Thermoelements

thermodynamicists
thermodynamics
thermodynamics of equilibrium
thermoelastic
thermoelasticity
thermoelectric
thermoelectric pile
thermoelectric thermometer
thermoelectrical
thermoelectrically
thermoelectricity
thermoelectrics
thermoelectrometer
thermoelectrometry
thermoelement
thermoelements (current term)
thermoesthesia
thermoesthesiometer
thermoexcitory
thermofields
thermoform
thermoformable
thermoformed
thermoforming
thermoforms
thermogen
thermogenesis
thermogenetic
thermogenic
thermogenic action

Literary usage of Thermoelements

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1. The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial ScienceChemistr (1908)
"IT is not improbable that in the future thermoelements and thermopiles may be more generally used -than at present on a technical scale as sources of ..."

2. Popular Science Monthly (1914)
"Among the earliest attempts by means of thermoelements are the measurements of Huggins.2 He used one or two pairs, of elements of bismuth-antimony in the ..."

3. Bulletin of the Bureau of Standards by Bureau of Standards, United States Bureau of Standards, United States (1917)
"Kamerlingh Onnes' has pointed out some of the advantages to be derived from properly protecting laboratory thermoelements, and has described in great detail ..."

4. Bulletin of the Bureau of Standards by United States Bureau of Standards, Bureau of Standards, United States (1917)
"PROTECTED thermoelements By Arthur W. Gray, Assistant Physicist Although it is customary to mount industrial thermoelements in protecting tubes provided ..."

5. Carnegie Institution of Washington Publication by Carnegie Institution of Washington, D. T. MacDougal (1911)
"Changes in the temperature of the bulb wall can be observed by grouping a number of thermoelements about it (eight were used for this purpose in our ..."

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