Nichrome

Nichrome is a non-magnetic alloy of nickel, chromium, and often iron, usually used as a resistance wire. ==History== Patented in 1905, it is the oldest documented form of resistance heating alloy. A common alloy is 80% nickel and 20% chromium, by mass, but there are many others to accommodate various applications. It is silvery-grey in colour, is ...
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nichrome

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Nichrome

noun an alloy of nickel and chromium with high electrical resistance and an ability to withstand high temperatures; used for resistance heating elements
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nichrome

An alloy of nickel and chrome. It resists the flow of electricity and heats up in the process. Nichrome wire is used in hot wire cutters.
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Nichrome

An alloy of nickel and chromium drawn into a wire of varying gauges typically used to heat a pyrogen to ignition with the application of sufficient voltage and amperage.
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Nichrome

An alloy of nickel and chromium drawn into a wire of varying gauges typically used to heat a pyrogen
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Nichrome

An alloy of nickel and chromium. Nichrome wire is used as a heating element in many extruder barrels and some heated bed designs. Simpler and less messy enamel resistors are often used for the same purpose.
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Nichrome

Nichrome is a tradename used for various alloys containing nickel, iron, and chromium, with smaller amounts of other components. It is used in electrical heating elements, furnaces, etc.
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Nichrome

[n] - (trademark) a nickel-chromium alloy with high electrical resistance and an ability to withstand high temperatures
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