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splitter

[′splid·ər]
(chemical engineering)
A petroleum-refinery term for a fractionating tower that produces only an overhead and bottom stream.
(systematics)
A taxonomist who divides taxa very finely.
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Splitter 17x13x17 or analog in the amount of 2250 pcs.
Tractors with a live PTO can install a PTO driven hydraulic pump to operate the log splitter.
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In the delayed-choice experiment, a photon enters from the left, meets a beam splitter and, like a particle, takes one of two paths.
All three Ultra HD splitters connect using standard, high speed HDMI cabling.
909 regulations issued in February 2012 identify four types of arrangements that would explicitly be treated as splitter arrangements.
The demultiplexer based on not uniform optical splitter has failed and could not performed the demultiplexer.
19 January 2010- Norwegian optical components group Ignis ASA (OSL: IGNIS) said today that it has signed a three-year contract to supply splitter chips to an unnamed Asian manufacturer of optical splitter modules.
The Broadband Forum sees TR-127 being used as a new reference criterion for the specifications of splitter equipment and testing worldwide.
SKULL Splitter beer was saved yesterday when a drinks watchdog backed down from a ban.
The hydraulic Rock Splitter manufactured by Rock & Underground Corporation is the perfect choice for any construction job on land or under water.
SAP feeding specialist Acrison's new flow splitter (shown here), is designed for separating SAP streams into smaller streams in the production of multi-layer absorbent hygiene products.