Dewar

[Dewar na Ferg] The Dewar na Ferg is a branch of the Scottish Clan Dewar, originating in Perthshire. They are best known for their claim to be the rightful keepers of Saint Fillan`s holy relics; especially the Stone (Ferg). ==Dewar Origins== The name of Dewar or Dewere like most Scottish surnames has evolved through the centuries and in man...
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Dewar

[n] - Scottish chemist and physicist noted for his work in cryogenics and his invention of the Dewar flask (1842-1923)
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dewar

<radiobiology> Cryogenic storage container in which two concentric vessels are separated by an insulating vacuum which prevents conductive and convective heat losses. The vessels themselves are often silvered to reduce radiative heat losses. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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Dewar

Sir James Dewar noun Scottish chemist and physicist noted for his work in cryogenics and his invention of the Dewar flask (1842-1923)
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Dewar

A dewar is a vacuum insulated container for keeping material, chiefly liquids, cold or hot. The common thermos bottle is an example of a dewar. In the accelerator business dewars are often used to store large quantities of cryogenic liquids. In Pbar the nitrogen dewars are used to submerge the stochastic cooling electronics in order to reduce the a...
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Dewar

A vacuum insulated, cryogenic radiation insulated, low conduction heat loss vessel for cryogenic fluids.
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Dewar

A vacuum insulated, cryogenic radiation insulated, low conduction heat loss vessel for cryogenic fluids.
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Dewar

A dewar is a vacuum insulated container for keeping material, chiefly liquids, cold or hot. The common thermos bottle is an example of a dewar. In the accelerator business dewars are often used to store large quantities of cryogenic liquids. In Pbar the nitrogen dewars are used to submerge the stochastic cooling electronics in order to reduce the a...
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Dewar

Type: Term Pronunciation: dū′wăr Definitions: 1. James, English chemist, 1842-1923. See: Dewar flask
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Dewar

An insulated, pressurized container for liquefied gas such as CO2.
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Dewar

[crater] ==Satellite craters== By convention these features are identified on lunar maps by placing the letter on the side of the crater midpoint that is closest to Dewar. ...
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