Definition of Ionizers

1. Noun. (plural of ionizer) ¹



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Definition of Ionizers

1. ionizer [n] - See also: ionizer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ionizers

ionisers
ionises
ionising
ionising radiation
ionium
ioniums
ionizable
ionization
ionization chamber
ionization energy
ionization tube
ionizations
ionize
ionized
ionizer
ionizers (current term)
ionizes
ionizing
ionizing radiation
ionizing radiations
ionogen
ionogenic
ionogens
ionogram
ionomer
ionomers
ionomycin
ionone
ionones
ionopause

Literary usage of Ionizers

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1. Conduction of Electricity Through Gases and Radio-activity: A Text-book with by Robert Kenning McClung (1909)
"The y rays are much less powerful ionizers than the ft rays. A very approximate idea of the relative ionizing powers of these rays may be obtained by the ..."

2. Global Strategy for Asthma Management and Prevention by DIANE Publishing Company (1996)
"ionizers. ionizers impart a negative charge to particles dispersed in room air, which are attracted to walls and floors that carry a positive charge. ..."

3. Rays of Positive Electricity and Their Application to Chemical Analyses by Joseph John Thomson (1921)
"... will be efficient ionizers and will give rise to other electrons; these will start in a still weaker field and become still more efficient ionizers, ..."

4. The Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science by Iowa Academy of Science (1908)
"The Alpha rays are by far the best ionizers, but unfortunately they are easily cut off by the slightest obstruction, such as a thin piece of ..."

5. The Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science by Iowa Academy of Science (1908)
"The Alpha rays are by far the best ionizers, but unfortunately they are easily cut off by the slightest obstruction, such as a thin piece of celluloid. ..."

6. A Text-book of Physics by Alexander Wilmer Duff, Karl Eugen Guthe, Exum Percival Lewis, William Hallock, Arthur Willis Goodspeed, Albert Pruden Carman, Robert Kenning McClung (1909)
"Also, the more penetrating the rays the less efficient are they as ionizers. The a rays are very easily absorbed, being entirely absorbed by a sheet of ..."

7. Light Energy: Its Physics, Physiological Action and Therapeutic Applications by Margaret Abigail Cleaves (1904)
"... when the electric field sinks below a certain value, it can no longer communicate to the corpuscles sufficient energy to make them act as ionizers, ..."

8. Conduction of Electricity Through Gases and Radio-activity: A Text-book with by Robert Kenning McClung (1909)
"The y rays are much less powerful ionizers than the ft rays. A very approximate idea of the relative ionizing powers of these rays may be obtained by the ..."

9. Global Strategy for Asthma Management and Prevention by DIANE Publishing Company (1996)
"ionizers. ionizers impart a negative charge to particles dispersed in room air, which are attracted to walls and floors that carry a positive charge. ..."

10. Rays of Positive Electricity and Their Application to Chemical Analyses by Joseph John Thomson (1921)
"... will be efficient ionizers and will give rise to other electrons; these will start in a still weaker field and become still more efficient ionizers, ..."

11. The Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science by Iowa Academy of Science (1908)
"The Alpha rays are by far the best ionizers, but unfortunately they are easily cut off by the slightest obstruction, such as a thin piece of ..."

12. The Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science by Iowa Academy of Science (1908)
"The Alpha rays are by far the best ionizers, but unfortunately they are easily cut off by the slightest obstruction, such as a thin piece of celluloid. ..."

13. A Text-book of Physics by Alexander Wilmer Duff, Karl Eugen Guthe, Exum Percival Lewis, William Hallock, Arthur Willis Goodspeed, Albert Pruden Carman, Robert Kenning McClung (1909)
"Also, the more penetrating the rays the less efficient are they as ionizers. The a rays are very easily absorbed, being entirely absorbed by a sheet of ..."

14. Light Energy: Its Physics, Physiological Action and Therapeutic Applications by Margaret Abigail Cleaves (1904)
"... when the electric field sinks below a certain value, it can no longer communicate to the corpuscles sufficient energy to make them act as ionizers, ..."

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