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Definition of the noun air bubble
What does air bubble mean as a name of something?
- a bubble of air
Alternative definition of the noun air bubble
- A small pocket of air inside a solid, a liquid or surrounded by a colloid within a larger fluid environment.
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by Udo Becker
Air Bubble - See BUBBLE. Alchemy - The theoretical and experimental analysis of chemical materials that probably arose mainly in Egypt and blossomed from the Middle Ages into early ...
by Nigel West
See also AGEE, PHILIP; AIR BUBBLE. AIR BUBBLE. MI5 codename for an investigation initiated in January 1964 into Dr. Jean-Paul Soupert, a French industrial chemist run by the Belgian Sureté as a double agent against the East Germans.
by John S. Scott
The air bubble within a level tube, ...
by Arthur T. Hubbard
Adhesion of air bubbles to mineral surface is connected with the interactions between the air bubble and mineral surface through the liquid phase. Under the influence of these interactions, the work called adhesion, WA, can be done (2).
by Maurice Burton, Robert Burton
The air bubble covers the body and is held in place by the legs, which are swept over the abdomen as the spider dives to trap and hold more air. The spider then descends, swimming down or climbing down the stems of water plants, to its ...
e an air bubble, filled with words,.which are only wind, _p1ste~ad of real ...
The Water Dictionary (2010)
A Comprehensive Reference of Water Terminology by Nancy E. McTigue, James M. Symons
air bubble volume The ...
by Dawn Freshwater, Sian Masiln-Prothero
a clot, air bubble, fat particle, or clump of bacteria that is brought to the site by the blood current.
by P. Somasundaran
by blowing an air bubble under a wet surface. (From Ref.'7'.) Table 4 Surface energy, y, and surface dispersion energy, yf,. Air Liquid containing hydrophobia ...
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- "O" air bubble
Shannon was blowing bubbles
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- Bronchial biopsy exhibiting air bubble artifact
Pressure by the biopsy forceps may force air into the bronchial tissue producing air bubbles of varying size somewhat simulating the appearance of lipid. The air bubble artifact is also commonly seen in transbronchial lung biopsies and in mucosal biopsies of the GI tract and urinary bladder.
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Air bubble Meaning
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