Plastic Ball

Plastic Ball

[′plas·tik ′bȯl]
(nucleonics)
A large gamma-ray detector used at colliding-beam accelerators, and consisting of about 1400 lead-glass elements for recording photons that completely surround the point of collision.
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Much like the draw ceremony itself - where Ian Rush's inability to unscrew a plastic ball from a yard out was the highlight - the competition desperately needs a revamp.
By Manogya Loiwal Plastic ball is being used by terror outfits for bomb training in India
Key-kegs are a bag full of beer within a rigid plastic ball inside a cardboard container.
The ball seats are ideal for use in temperatures above 350 F, where plastic ball valve seats begin to soften.
If it were placed inside before the pieces of the whistle were put together, the plastic ball would melt during the soldering process.
Amkor Technology Inc (Nasdaq:AMKR), a provider of semiconductor assembly and test services, said on Friday that it intends to convert all of its 19mm through 31mm body size Plastic Ball Grid Array (PBGA) packages to pin-gate molding (PGM).
A ZOO is claiming to be able to train a 30-stone tortoise with patience, strawberries and a red plastic ball on a stick.
New products added to the catalog include DryLin Easy Tube--a new, maintenance-free linear unit for format adjustments--and new plastic ball bearings.
Units are available in several different 1/4 turn and unidirectional 1/4 turn models, and a 1/4 turn unidirectional model with integral True Union plastic ball valve.
Availability in 1/4-turn and unidirectional 1/4-turn models, and a 1/4-turn unidirectional model with integral True Union plastic ball valve.
The plastic ball may not impose brain injuries like the leather one did, but the speed and skill in the game is much higher.
You just fill a Play & Freeze plastic ball with ice and salt and mix up your ice cream or sorbet ingredients in the container.