Tyndall


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Wikipedia.
Related to Tyndall: Tyndall effect, John Tyndall

Tyndall

John. 1820--93, Irish physicist, noted for his work on the radiation of heat by gases, the transmission of sound through the atmosphere, and the scattering of light
References in periodicals archive ?
Mr Tyndall spent 22 years organising and sifting the documents after retiring in 1985.
Snow Summit also was plagued by crippling snow drought throughout the decade and beyond, which made skiing sporadic and left Tyndall and Co.
morning, while two more ships CSAV Tyndall and Chemroad Journey are expected to sail in the afternoon.
Unemployed Tyndall, 53, of The Fold, Blackley, pleaded guilty to illegally dumping waste on Bramley Street in Broughton, Salford, on May 1 last year.
The footage shows the pile of rubbish left behind and captures Tyndall, wearing glasses and a cap, returning twice to collect the builder's bag and what appears to be a rope.
Mr Tyndall gave a scathing review of the Government's attitude to those confined in associated facilities such as An Grianan, in the grounds of High Park laundry in Drumcondra, Dublin.
Tyndall is to report to Paul Thirlwall, the bank's head of global FX options, who is based in London.
Magistrates remanded Tyndall, a serving prisoner, in custody until then.
NYSE: VNTV), a provider of payment processing services and related technology solutions for merchants and financial institutions of all sizes, has partnered with Tyndall Federal Credit Union, one of the largest credit unions in Florida, with more than USD 1.
When an administrator called an emergency meeting to discuss the situation, in light of the campus' diverse population, which included Middle Eastern and Muslim students, Tyndall offered his services.
Tyndall Design commissioned two manufacturing process videos in languages including Latin American Spanish and Brazilian Portuguese.
The 301st Fighter Squadron flies 24 F-22 Raptor aircraft, which are also moving to Tyndall AFB.