aerograph


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aerograph

[′e·rō‚graf]
(engineering)
Any self-recording instrument carried aloft by any means to obtain meteorological data.

aerograph

A spray gun for paint.
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In 1969, Burtis joined Varian Aerograph in Walnut Creek, Calif.
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A Varian Aerograph series 1400 electron-capture gas chromatograph with 63Nickel detector was used to identify and quantify pesticide residues.
Urinary filter paper spots were then cut into small pieces, shaken in 3 mL of water for 15 min at room temperature, and sonicated with an Aerograph Ultrasonic Cleaner (Branson Instruments) for 5 min at room temperature.