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dissipator

[′dis·ə‚pād·ər]
(aerospace engineering)
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Military jet fuels and commercial Jet A-1 require the use of a static dissipator additive to increase the electrical conductivity of the fuel to a range of 50-300 pS/m, thereby turning the fuel into a static non-accumulator.
All this would have been very moving and a great dissipator of cynicism if the skipper of the boat behind us had not shot the seal when it surfaced, pulled it aboard with a gaff and posed beside it for a group of Koreans, who paid him one krone per picture.
Tenders are invited for Recess Mounting Led 2X2 Luminaire With White Acrylic Drop Light Dissipator Make-Bajaj Model No.