Nernst lamp

Nernst lamp
lampa Nernsta
palnik Nernsta

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  • Nernst lamp — Nernst lamp, complete, model B with cloche, DC lamp 0.5 ampere, 95 volts, by courtesy of Landesmuseum für Technik und Arbeit in Mannheim, Germany, (Engl.: State Museum of Technology and Labour, Mannheim) …   Wikipedia

  • Nernst lamp — noun A type of incandescent lamp using a ceramic rod, used as a source of infrared radiation. Chick Counterfly had already brought out of its storage locker a peculiar looking optical contraption of prisms, lenses, Nernst lamps, and adjustment… …   Wiktionary

  • nernst lamp — noun Usage: usually capitalized N : an electric incandescent lamp whose filament or rod consists of a mixture of magnesia with oxides of the rare earth metals that on being raised to a high temperature (as by a glowing platinum spiral) becomes… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Nernst-Lampe — Glühkörper (inkl. Heizung) einer Nernstlampe von 1903 (Westinghouse Nernst Lamp Company) Die Nernstlampe (auch Nernst Lampe) wurde vom Physikochemiker Professor Walther Nernst in Göttingen im Jahre 1897 erfunden. Diese Glühlampe war effizienter… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Nernst-Licht — Glühkörper (inkl. Heizung) einer Nernstlampe von 1903 (Westinghouse Nernst Lamp Company) Die Nernstlampe (auch Nernst Lampe) wurde vom Physikochemiker Professor Walther Nernst in Göttingen im Jahre 1897 erfunden. Diese Glühlampe war effizienter… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Nernst, Walther Hermann — born June 25, 1864, Briesen, Prussia died Nov. 18, 1941, Muskau, Ger. German scientist, one of the founders of modern physical chemistry. He taught at the Universities of Göttingen and Berlin until forced to retire in 1933 by the Nazi regime.… …   Universalium

  • Nernst , Walther Hermann — (1864–1941) German physical chemist Nernst, who was born at Briesen in Germany, studied at the universities of Zurich, Berlin, Würzburg, and Graz. After working as assistant to Wilhelm Ostwald in Leipzig from 1887 he became professor of chemistry …   Scientists

  • Nernst glower — The Nernst glower is an obsolete device for providing a continuous source of (near) infrared radiation for use in spectroscopy. Typically it was in the form of a cylindrical rod or tube composed of a mixture of certain oxides such as zirconium… …   Wikipedia

  • Walther Nernst — Born 25 June 1864(1864 06 25) Briesen, West Prussia/ …   Wikipedia

  • electric lamp — noun a lamp powered by electricity • Hypernyms: ↑lamp • Hyponyms: ↑arc lamp, ↑arc light, ↑electric discharge lamp, ↑gas discharge lamp, ↑flashlight, ↑torch, ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • Oil lamp — Neolithic stone lamps in Thousand Lamp Museum in Qiandeng town of Kunshan …   Wikipedia

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