reactor

(from the article `propaganda`) ...for such media as news releases or broadcasts in ways designed specifically to reach certain groups (and especially their elites and leaders), who ...
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reactor

[n] - an electrical device used to introduce reactance into a circuit
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Reactor

• (n.) A choking coil.
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Reactor

[software] Reactor is a physics engine from the Irish software company Havok for use in Autodesk 3ds Max. ==Overview== Reactor shipped fully integrated with 3ds max from versions 5 to 2011. In 3ds max 2012, Reactor was replaced by a PhysX-based engine called MassFX. Reactor was often used for realistic physics simulation that would be diffi...
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Reactor

[video game] ==Gameplay== The player controls a cursor that can move freely within a screen-sized arena, the nuclear reactor. The center contains a sun-type gravitational power source, the slowly overheating reactor core. The surrounding wall or the sun, if touched results in death. The cursor is controlled with a trackball by the player, w...
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Reactor

Re·act'or noun (Electricity) A choking coil.
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Reactor

A device in which a controlled nuclear chain reaction can be maintained, producing heat energy.
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reactor

a device used because of its inductance
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Reactor

Dosing device which adds reagents to tank water. E.g. a CO2 reactor (of which there are many types) mixes CO2 (carbon dioxide) from a pressurized or DIY system into the tank water.
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reactor

in chemical engineering, device or vessel within which chemical processes are carried out for experimental or manufacturing purposes.
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Reactor

Reactor, see: bioreactor, membrane reactor and chemical reactor.
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Reactor

See Nuclear Reactor.
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Reactor

see Nuclear Reactor.
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