Definition of Thermographs

1. Noun. (plural of thermograph) ¹



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Definition of Thermographs

1. thermograph [n] - See also: thermograph

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Thermographs

thermogenesis
thermogenetic
thermogenic
thermogenic action
thermogenics
thermogenin
thermogenins
thermogenous
thermogram
thermograms
thermograph
thermographer
thermographers
thermographic
thermographies
thermographs (current term)
thermography
thermography-breast
thermogravimeter
thermogravimetric
thermogravimetrically
thermogravimetry
thermohaline
thermohaline circulation
thermohardening
thermohydrometer
thermohydrometers
thermohydrometric
thermohyperalgesia
thermohyperesthesia

Literary usage of Thermographs

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1. Meteorology, Practical and Applied by John William Moore (1894)
"... or thermographs—Electrical and Photographic thermographs—Radiation Thermometers—Mean Temperature—Average Mean Temperature. THE thermometers used in ..."

2. Research Methods in Ecology by Frederic Edward Clements (1905)
"... when read in a series of instruments placed above different soils or plants. 98. thermographs. ..."

3. A Manual for the Practice of Surgery by Thomas Bryant (1881)
"... action in the wound, but the fall of temperature indicates the on-doming of suppuration. These points are well seen in the following thermographs, figs. ..."

4. Refrigeration, Cold Storage and Ice-making: A Practical Treatise on the Art by Alexander James Wallis-Tayler (1902)
"thermographs. MANAGEMENT. •« AMMONIA COMPRESSION MACHINES. EVERY particular type of machine working on this principle has, as a rule, certain distinctive or ..."

5. Refrigeration, Cold Storage and Ice-making: A Practical Treatise on the Art by Alexander James Wallis-Tayler (1902)
"—thermographs. MANAGEMENT. AMMONIA COMPRESSION MACHINES. EVERY particular type of machine working on this principle has, as a rule, certain distinctive or ..."

6. Technology Quarterly and Proceedings of the Society of Arts by Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Society of Arts (1907)
"The instruments chosen were the largest thermographs made by. J. Richard, Paris. ... The total number of thermographs which were put in use was twenty. ..."

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