Definition of Ratemeter

1. Noun. (physics) Any of several devices that measure the average rate of radioactive emissions over a specified time interval ¹



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Definition of Ratemeter

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ratemeter

rate of payment
rate of respiration
rate schedule
rate setting and review
rate tart
rateability
rateable
rateable value
rateables
rateably
rated
ratel
rateless
ratelessly
ratels
ratemeter (current term)
ratemeters
ratepayer
ratepayers
ratepayers group
ratepayers groups
ratepaying
rater
raters
rates
ratfink
ratfinks
ratfish
ratfishes
rath

Literary usage of Ratemeter

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1. Nuclear Science and Technology: State-of-the-Art Review on Technology for by M. Hulot (1995)
"Counting ratemeter detection threshold The average voltage existing at the terminals of a RC integrator circuit (or the average intensity going through the ..."

2. Reference Spectra and Energy Levels for Neutral and Singly-Ionized Platinum (1992)
"Prior to each scan the analog response of the ratemeter was calibrated by using a pulse generator to simulate the amplified pulse signal from the ..."

3. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1879)
"RECORDER ratemeter AMPLIFIER 0.8 0.7 0.6 0.5 O.4 0.3 0.2 OI Figure 1. Experimental arrangement: (A) aqueous solution, (B) peristaltic pump, ..."

4. Chemical and Biological Weapons Defense: Communication from the President of by Bill Clinton, William J. Clinton (1999)
"... the AN/UDR-13 (Pocket Radiac), a tactical radiation dosimeter and ratemeter which provides a first time capability to both detect and indicate an ..."

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