Dewar

Definition of Dewar

Dew´ar   Pronunciation: dū´ẽr
Dewar bulb, Dewar tube, etc.
1.A double-walled glass vessel for holding liquid air, liquid nitrogen, etc., having the space between the walls exhausted so as to prevent conduction of heat, and sometimes having the glass silvered to prevent absorption of radiant heat; - called also, according to the particular shape,

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chemist, physicist, Sir James Dewar
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