Definition of Magnetrons

1. magnetron [n] - See also: magnetron



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Magnetrons

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magnetotails
magnetotaxis
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magnetotelephones
magnetotelluric
magnetotellurics
magnetotherapy
magnetothermal
magnetothermoelectric
magnetotransport
magnetozone
magnetozones
magnetricity
magnetron
magnetrons (current term)
magnets
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magnicaudate
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magnifiable
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magnifical
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magnification
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Literary usage of Magnetrons

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1. Ballistic Missile Defense Organization: Technology Applications Report (1997) by Pat Hartary (1999)
"Its reduced power consumption, longer lifetime, and gradual failure rate would make the amplifier cost-competitive with magnetrons. ..."

2. Computer Science Research Activities in Asia: AI and Expert Systems by David K. Kahaner (1994)
"... backward-wave oscillators, frequency-agile magnetrons, coaxial magnetrons, crossed-field amplifier tubes, microwave triodes and tetrodes, gas-discharge ..."

3. Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States: Annotated for Statistical ...edited by Stephen Koplan, Deanna Tanner Okun edited by Stephen Koplan, Deanna Tanner Okun (2006)
"Microwave tubes (for example, magnetrons, klystrons, traveling wave tubes, ... magnetrons: Unit of Quantity General ..."

4. Proposed Modifications to the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the U.S.by DIANE Publishing Company by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"Microwave tubes (for example, magnetrons, trons), ... .,_ magnetrons: klystrons, traveling wave tubes, carcino- 8540 71.20"^ Modified for use as parts of ..."

5. Biographical Memoirs by National Academy Of Sciences, National Academy of Sciences Staff, Caroline K. McEuen (1980)
"By coincidence, Professor Neil H. Williams and a graduate student, CE Cleeton, had been working in the Physics Department on the development of magnetrons ..."

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