Definition of Coherers

1. coherer [n] - See also: coherer



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coherers

cohere
cohered
coherence
coherences
coherencies
coherency
coherent
coherent-light
coherent light
coherent radiation
coherentism
coherentist
coherentists
coherently
coherer
coherers (current term)
coheres
cohering
coheritor
cohesibility
cohesible
cohesin
cohesins
cohesion
cohesionless
cohesions
cohesive
cohesive energy
cohesive force
cohesive gold

Literary usage of Coherers

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1. Wireless Telegraphy by Jonathan Adolf Wilhelm Zenneck (1915)
"These coherers of LODGE and MUIRHEAD seem to have given good service in practice. ... Another class of coherers makes use of carbon or graphite. ..."

2. The Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science by Iowa Academy of Science (1903)
"Most of the earlier quantitative work with coherers seemed to indicate that ... The measurements of Guthe and Trowbridge* on simple coherers subjected to ..."

3. Maxwell's Theory and Wireless Telegraphy by Frederick King Vreeland, Henri Poincaré (1904)
"... ratio of the mean amplitude to the maximum: thus, by comparing the results of the two methods of measurement, we may determine this ratio. 7. coherers— ..."

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