Definition of Nucleators

1. Noun. (plural of nucleator) ¹



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Definition of Nucleators

1. nucleator [n] - See also: nucleator

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nucleators

nuclearized
nuclearizes
nuclearizing
nuclearly
nuclease
nucleases
nucleasic
nucleate
nucleate endonuclease
nucleated
nucleates
nucleating
nucleation
nucleations
nucleator
nucleators (current term)
nuclei
nuclei anteriores thalami
nuclei arcuati
nuclei basales
nuclei cochleares
nuclei corporis mamillaris
nuclei nervi cochlearis
nuclei nervi vestibulocochlearis
nuclei nervorum cranialium
nuclei of cranial nerves
nuclei of mamillary body
nuclei of origin
nuclei originis

Literary usage of Nucleators

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1. Condensation of Vapor as Induced by Nuclei and Ions by Carl Barus, Lulu Broadbent Joslin (1907)
"This is even the case when the air is artificially dusted by less powerful nucleators like weak X.rays or weak radium, the additions being as a rule ..."

2. The Nucleation of the Uncontaminated Atmosphere by Carl Barus (1906)
"They are abundantly produced by the y-rays, which, though weak ionizers, become from this point of view strong nucleators (section 16). ..."

3. The Electromotive Force of Iron Under Varying Conditions: And the Effect of by Theodore William Richards, Gustavus Edward Behr (1906)
"Again, it was shown that external radiation (gamma.rays of radium for instance) are powerful nucleators, whether directly or secondarily. ..."

4. Premier Congrès international pour l'étude de la radiologie et de l (1906)
"They are abundantly produced by the y-rays, which though weak ionizers become from this point of view strong nucleators (§ 16). Finally (! ..."

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