Definition of Hydrophones

1. Noun. (plural of hydrophone) ¹



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Definition of Hydrophones

1. hydrophone [n] - See also: hydrophone

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hydrophones

hydrophobic colloid
hydrophobic effect
hydrophobic interaction
hydrophobic tetanus
hydrophobically
hydrophobicities
hydrophobicity
hydrophobin
hydrophobins
hydrophobised
hydrophobization
hydrophobized
hydrophobous
hydrophoby
hydrophone
hydrophones (current term)
hydrophora
hydrophore
hydrophores
hydrophorograph
hydrophosphination
hydrophosphinations
hydrophthalmia
hydrophyllium
hydrophyte
hydrophytes
hydrophytic
hydrophytic plant
hydrophytic vegetation

Literary usage of Hydrophones

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1. Analytical Essays Towards Promoting the Chemical Knowledge of Mineral Substances by Martin Heinrich Klaproth (1801)
"Nothing farther was found in the remaining liquor. Hundred parts of this hydrophones, from Saxony, therefore contain : Silex 93125 Alumne ..."

2. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society Held at Philadelphia for by American Philosophical Society (1920)
"hydrophones DEVELOPED BY THE US NAVY.1 The hydrophones developed by the United States ... Navy hydrophones employing multiple receivers are of two classes, ..."

3. The Dover Patrol 1915-1917 by Reginald Bacon (1919)
"The trawlers were also provided with hydrophones.1 At night in calm weather, when the trawlers were at their rendezvous and stationed along the lines of ..."

4. Directory of Federal Laboratory and Technology Resources: A Guide to (1993)
"Instrumentation and equipment include: deaerator and a 5-micron filter propeller; dynamometers on downstream shaft; pressure sensors; hydrophones; ..."

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