Definition of Entrainers
1. entrainer [n] - See also: entrainer
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Entrainers
Literary usage of Entrainers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Steam Power Plant Piping System: Their Design, Installation and Maintenance by William Lorenzo Morris (1909)
"These entrainers are standard articles, being listed by the manufacturers as a "drainage fitting," and are made in different sizes of from 2 to 8 in. ..."
2. Evaporation in the Cane and the Beet Sugar Factory by Edward Koppeschaar (1914)
"In addition to isolation, the vapour tubes should not have too great a diameter, and juice-catchers or entrainers outside the bodies should be avoided. ..."
3. Design and Use of Superior Asphalt Binders by Richard R. Davison (1994)
"entrainers, components having volatility between that of the solvent and substance to be extracted, provide changes in the selectivity and capacity of the ..."