gas-filled


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Adj.1.gas-filled - full of a gas
full - containing as much or as many as is possible or normal; "a full glass"; "a sky full of stars"; "a full life"; "the auditorium was full to overflowing"
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000 - magnetrons, klystrons, microwave devices and other electronic vacuum or gas-filled tubes
Washington, Sept 20 (ANI): A team of chemists, radiologists and surgeons at the University of California, San Diego, has created microscopic gas-filled spheres of silica, a porous glass, which can mark the location of early-stage breast cancer tumours.
Epcos has developed what it asserts is the world's smallest leaded gas-filled two-electrode arrester.
Did the ancient temple of Delphi lie atop some sort of gas-filled chasm?
If the MTA board wants to truly be visionaries and launch innovative transportation projects that help all of the region's communities and neighborhoods, it wouldn't be wasting time on something as last century as subways tunneling under earthquake-prone and methane gas-filled Wilshire Boulevard.
The EPC process uses a foam pattern produced by expanding gas-filled plastic beads in a precisely machined, heated aluminum tool that can be complex and contain internal passages.
The patent, US 5,837,221, describes materials and methods for making highly echogenic (sound-responsive) gas-filled microspheres for use in ultrasound imaging.