atomizer

[n] - a dispenser that turns a liquid (such as perfume) into a fine spray
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Atomizer

At'om·i`zer (ăt'ŭm*ī`zẽr) noun One who, or that which, atomizes; esp., an instrument for reducing a liquid to spray for disinfecting, cooling, or perfuming.
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atomizer

atomiser noun a dispenser that turns a liquid (such as perfume) into a fine mist
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atomizer

(at´әm-i″zәr) nebulizer.
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Atomizer

• (n.) One who, or that which, atomizes; esp., an instrument for reducing a liquid to spray for disinfecting, cooling, or perfuming.
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atomizer

(from the article `pneumatic device`) ...such as a building. The term airbrush, by contrast, implies a device for developing a fine, small diameter spray of paint, protective coating, or ...
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atomizer

Type: Term Pronunciation: at′ŏm-ī-zer Definitions: 1. A device used to reduce liquid medication to fine particles in the form of a spray or aerosol; useful in delivering medication to the lungs, nose, and throat.
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atomizer

Device that produces a spray of fine droplets of liquid. A vertical tube connected with a horizontal tube dips into a bottle of liquid, and at one end of the horizontal tube is a nozzle, at the other a rubber bulb. When the bulb is squeezed, air rushes over the top of the vertical tube and out through the nozzle. Following Bernoulli's principle...
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