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Definition of Nucleator
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Nucleator
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1. Condensation of Vapor as Induced by Nuclei and Ions by Carl Barus, Lulu Broadbent Joslin (1907)
"The field becomes at once opaque if a strong nucleator like phosphorus is placed near C, fig. 50; or any color may be obtained in this way by carefully ..."
2. The Nucleation of the Uncontaminated Atmosphere by Carl Barus (1906)
"It is noteworthy that penetrating radiation is a powerful nucleator. 41. Apparatus—X-ray bulbs.—A number of medium-sized bulbs of German pattern, ..."
3. The Electromotive Force of Iron Under Varying Conditions: And the Effect of by Theodore William Richards, Gustavus Edward Behr (1906)
"Distribution of nucleation within the glass fog chamber (43 cm. long, 14 cm. in diameter); nucleator, radium in thin aluminum tube. 8p>—21 cm. ..."
4. Evolution of the Colors of North American Land Birds by Charles Augustus Keeler (1893)
"... f.nucleator, may be worthy of note. The most significant interrelation of colors, however, and one which I believe to be of wide application in the ..."
5. Festschrift Ludwig Boltzmann gewidmet zum sechzigsten Geburtstage 20 by Stefan Meyer (1904)
"1) Aitken's dust counter may be dispensed with, and the intensity of the nucleator determined by condensation in benzol vapor, in which the coronas are all ..."