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storage tube

[′stȯr·ij ‚tüb]
(electronics)
An electron tube employing cathode-ray beam scanning and charge storage for the introduction, storage, and removal of information. Also known as electrostatic storage tube; memory tube (deprecated usage).
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Description: Antibacterial construction * Will not absorb liquids or odors * Protects floors * Easy to clean * Non-slip backing * Includes travel storage tube.
several Tektronix storage tube displays, or different, e.g.
During the early 1970s, the typical system consisted of a 16-bit minicomputer with 8 kilobytes to 16 kB of main memory (a kilobyte represents [2.sup.10] bytes of information), a disk system that held 2.5 megabytes to 10 MB of data (a megabyte represents [2.sup.20] bytes), and a custom designed interface using an 11-inch storage tube display.
Four carbon tips of 0.5oz, 1oz, 1.5oz and 2oz are provided - all in a dedicated storage tube. And we've added an SKP Mach 3 XT front-drag reel as a pounds 230 combo prize for this month's coarse fishing winner.
The Tracxer Code Reader TS201 MINI from Micronic is a high-speed storage tube code reader designed to enhance lab space.
Shakespeare will deliver the LXL in a storage tube to The SP reader who catches the top-scoring UK coarse fish over 11b between June 1-30.
Shakespeare will deliver in a special storage tube to The SP reader who catches the top-scoring UK coarse fish over 1lb between June 1-30.
A specially designed storage tube is supplied to hold the multi sections.
This great rod comes in a designer storage tube and it's yours if your coarse fish, caught in UK waters between December 1-31, scores more points than the rest.
Micronic's 2.00-mL storage tube combines higher sample storage capacity and absolute sample traceability in an industry-standard 96-tube rack format.

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