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Amalgamator

Definition of the noun amalgamator

What does amalgamator mean as a name of something?

noun - plural: amalgamators

  1. a businessman who arranges an amalgamation of two or more commercial companies

Alternative definition of the noun amalgamator

noun

  1. One who amalgamates.

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Google previewEngineering and Mining Journal (1898)

In each amalgamator is a solid steel cylinder seven inches in diameter. They are connected by belts ...

Google previewVotes & Proceedings (1883)

by New South Wales. Parliament. Legislative Council

The amalgamator is a wood or plate-iron cylinder, G, fitted on each end with acast-iron V-shaped rim or friction-wheel, G', and...

Google previewDental Assisting: A Comprehensive Approach (2012)

by Donna Phinney, Judy Halstead

The amalgamator is a small machine that mixes (triturates) dental amalgam and some dental cements. It is placed near the assistant, either on the counter or in a drawer (Figure 17-26). (The amalgamator is discussed further in Chapter 34, ...

Google previewL.S.A., List of C.F.R. Sections Affected (2005)

A dental amalgamator is a device. usually AC-powered. intended to mix. by shaking. amalgam capsules containing mercury and dental alloy particles, such as silver, tin. zinc. and copper. The mixed dental amalgam material is intended for ...

Google previewPreclinical Manual of Conservative Dentistry

by V Gopikrishna

Amalgamator is a mechanical triturating device for amalgamation of amalgam alloy and mercury (Fig 2.110). It helps in triturating amalgam with low mercury/alloy ratio and. Fig 2.109 LED light cure unit Fig 3.4 Dycal−Calcium ...

Google previewFood and Drugs (2009)

Parts 800 to 1299; Revised as of April 1, 2009

A dental amalgamator is a device, usually AC-powered, intended to mix, by shaking, amalgam capsules containing mercury and dental alloy particles, such as silver, tin, zinc, and copper. The mixed dental amalgam material is intended for ...

Google previewCode of Federal Regulations, Title 21, Food and Drugs, Pt. 800-1299, Revised as of April 1, 2010 (2010)

A dental amalgamator is a device, usually AC-powered, intended to mix, by shaking, amalgam capsules containing mercury and dental alloy particles, such as silver, tin, zinc, and copper. The mixed dental amalgam material is intended for ...

Google previewTitle 21 Food and Drugs Parts 800 to 1299 (Revised as of April 1, 2014) (2014)

21-CFR-Vol-8 by Office of The Federal Register, Enhanced by IntraWEB, LLC

A dental amalgamator is a device, usually AC-powered, intended to mix, by shaking, amalgam capsules containing mercury and dental alloy particles, such as silver, tin, zinc, and copper. The mixed dental amalgam material is intended for ...

Google previewSpons' dictionary of engineering, ed. by O. Byrne (and Spon). 8 div (1869)

by Spon E. & F.N., ltd

The Hepburn and Peterson Pan is much employed in the reduction establishments of the Pacific Coast, and, in addition to being an excellent amalgamator, it is also a good grinder ; but it has the disadvantage of requiring the expenditure of ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia: Dictionary (1906)

amalgamator (a-marga-ma-tor), n. One who or that which amalgamates ; one who ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Dentistry (2010)

by Robert Ireland

This may be achieved by hand using a *pestle and *mortar or by using a mechanical device (*amalgamator). troche n. See LOZENGE. troph- (tropho-) Prefix denoting nourishment or nutrition. -trophy Suffix denoting development, growth, ...

Google previewSaunders Comprehensive Veterinary Dictionary (2011)

by Virginia P. Studdert, Clive C. Gay, Douglas C. Blood

amalgamator [ -mal'g -māt′′ r] a piece of equipment used in dentistry ...

Google previewHarty's Dental Dictionary (2007)

by Peter Heasman, Giles McCracken

amalgamator Electrically driven mechanical ...

Google previewSzycher's Dictionary of Medical Devices (1995)

by Michael Szycher

AC-Powered Dental Amalgamator A Class II electrically powered device used to mix, by shaking, amalgam capsules containing mercury and dental alloy particles such as silver, tin, zinc, and copper. The resulting amalgam material is used for ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Imaging (2008)

by Albert L. Baert

Microbubble formation is accomplished through agitation using a sonicator or modified dental amalgamator, and high temperatures typically occur during this process. The resulting microbubbles can then be purified (removing the excess lipid, ...

Google previewTaber's Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary (2013)

by Donald Venes, MD

amalgamator (-mat”6r), n. amalgam condenser denser. amalgam tattoo A benign blue, gray, or black macule on the oral mucosa resulting from the unintentional introduction ...

Google previewAcademic Press Dictionary of Science and Technology (1992)

by Christopher G. Morris

amalgamator Metallurgy, a machine used to bring powdered ore in close contact with mercury to amalgamate metals contained in the ore. amalgam treatment see amalgamation. Amalthea [am'al the 'a] Astronomy, ...

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Scrabble value of A1M3A1L1G2A1M3A1T1O1R1

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