Definition of Deflagrations

1. Noun. (plural of deflagration) ¹



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Definition of Deflagrations

1. deflagration [n] - See also: deflagration

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Deflagrations

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defix
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defixing
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deflagrable
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deflagrating spoons
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deflagrations (current term)
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deflationism
deflationisms

Literary usage of Deflagrations

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1. Experimental Researches in Chemistry and Physics by Michael Faraday (1859)
"When the deflagrations have been made near surfaces of glass, rock- crystal, ... Beside making these deflagrations over different substances, as described ..."

2. Maritime Security: Public Safety Consequences of a Terrorist Attack on A by Jim Wells (2007)
"Count Percentage Label 15 78.95% 21.05% Completely agree Generally agree deflagrations and detonations are rapid combustion processes that move through an ..."

3. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London by Royal Society (Great Britain) (1864)
"At a pressure of 1-5 inch, the same phenomena were observed, but the successive deflagrations of fused grains of powder followed more quickly upon each ..."

4. Pharmaceutical Journal by Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain (1857)
"In like manner the deposits of gold (and other metals) obtained by electric deflagrations, were examined, and found to have the same marked qualities in я ..."

5. The Year-book of Facts in Science and Art by John Timbs (1858)
"In like manner, the deposits of gold (and other metals) obtained by electric deflagrations were examined and found to have the same marked qualities in a ..."

6. Chemical Manipulation: Being Instructions to Students in Chemistry on the by Michael Faraday (1842)
"In all deflagrations the spoon or combustible should for many reasons be put as low down in the jar as possible. A good cork will occasionally form a very ..."

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