Definition of Color tube
1. Noun. A television tube that displays images in full color.
Group relationships: Color Television, Color Television System, Color Tv, Colour Television, Colour Television System, Colour Tv
Generic synonyms: Kinescope, Picture Tube, Television Tube
Specialized synonyms: Tricolor Television Tube, Tricolor Tube, Tricolour Television Tube, Tricolour Tube
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Color Tube
Literary usage of Color tube
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1. Bulletin by United States Weather Bureau (1895)
"The outer thread at b is useful in screwing the jet to the color tube (sections 14, 10) iuto the center of which c projects. The open end a of the jet is to ..."
2. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1900)
"n\ If the observations be so made that the dust density issuing from the length x of tubing is constant, we have for a given color tube, n = n' and x + xt ..."
3. Practical Bacteriology, Blood Work and Animal Parasitology: Including by Edward Rhodes Stitt (1918)
"The same calibrated and color tube employed in the ... At the top there are two openings: one for the color tube, the other for the calibrated tube. ..."
4. Medical Diagnosis for the Student and Practitioner by Charles Lyman Greene (1917)
"The same calibrated and color tube employed in the Sahli-Go wer ... At the top there are two openings: one for the color tube, the other for the calibrated ..."
5. An American Text-book of Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat by Burton Alexander Randall, George Edmund DeSchweinitz (1901)
"At the front part of this color- tube there is a plane glass plate behind ... and given to the new color-tube such a position that blue and yellow appear, ..."
6. Clinical Diagnosis: A Text-book of Clinical Microscopy and Clinical by Charles Phillips Emerson (1908)
"The principle of this instrument is similar to that of the Gowers, but the color-tube contains ai per cent, solution of acid haematin, and the haemoglobin ..."
7. Chemical and metallurgical laboratory supplies and assayers' materials by Eimer and Amend (New York, N.Y.) (1920)
"COLOR—Tube of glass, for water analysis; 24 inches long, about 2 inches ... COLOR—Tube of Brass, 25 inches long, 2% inches diameter, closed at the ends by ..."