Definition of Thyratrons

1. Noun. (plural of thyratron) ¹



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Definition of Thyratrons

1. thyratron [n] - See also: thyratron

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Thyratrons

thymus-independent antigen
thymus derived lymphocyte
thymus extracts
thymus gland
thymus hormones
thymus hyperplasia
thymus treatment
thymuses
thymy
thyne
thynge
thynges
thynnic
thynnic acid
thyratron
thyratrons (current term)
thyreoid
thyreoids
thyreophoran
thyreostatic
thyristor
thyristors
thyro-
thyroacetic acid
thyroadenitis
thyroarytenoid
thyrocalcitonin
thyrocardiac
thyrocardiac disease

Literary usage of Thyratrons

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1. TransactionsElectric engineering (1869)
"1237 1947 Performance of thyratrons, Frequency. Wittenberg 843-8 1946 Performance of Traveling Wav^s in Coils and Windings. Rudenberg.. 1031-40; disc. ..."

2. Technology for U. S. Industry from Department of Energy Laboratories: Near (1993)
"thyratrons are low-pressure gas discharge devices with a life limit of 1000 to ... Another advantage is that, unlike thyratrons, the replacement switch does ..."

3. Computer Science Research Activities in Asia: AI and Expert Systems by David K. Kahaner (1994)
"... microwave triodes and tetrodes, gas-discharge duplexers, hydrogen thyratrons, gas lasers, display devices, hollow cathode lamps, electrodeless lamps, ..."

4. Ballistic Missile Defense Organization: Technology Applications Report (1994) by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"Because the BLT is smaller than standard thyratrons and does not require standby power, it is especially attractive for long-term use in space. ..."

5. Bmdo Technology And The Electric Utility Industry by DIANE Publishing Company (1997)
"Funding Technology Innovations BMDO funded work in high-power thyratrons and power modulators to serve as switching devices for high-powered lasers and ..."

6. Bmdo Technologies 1998 edited by Barry Leonard (1999)
"Because the BLT is smaller than standard thyratrons, conducts higher current, and does not require standby power, it is especially attractive for long- term ..."

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