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an alloy of nickel and chromium with high electrical resistance and an ability to withstand high temperatures

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A bipolar stimulation electrode (twisted nichrome wire, 0 140 [micro]m) was positioned at Schaffer collateral-commissural projections.
For the determination of changes due to vulcanization reactions in the clay/PDMS system, FT1R-ATR measurements were performed, using a Nicolet FT1R spectrometer (model Magna 1R 750; DTGS detector; Nichrome source; beamsplitter; KBr).
The WIN resistor overcomes the moisture vulnerability problems of nichrome and passivated nichrome film technologies.
For optimization of heating materials selection was made among iron, copper, aluminum, stainless steel, nichrome, tungsten and graphite.
SmartHeat consists of two layers of plasma-sprayed, metalized ceramic with a nichrome wire wrap sandwiched between the layers, plus a thermal insulation cover.
Since it is a glass still and there is a nichrome wire heating the water in the still, all it takes is a few minutes of inattention and the nichrome cracks the glass bowl and the still is ruined.
Other specifications include 12 KW installed in Nichrome wire heating elements, four independent doors for access to workspace, 32 trays, a digital indicating temperature controller.
Amateurs and retailers began making simple heater strips, taking nichrome wire (the kind used in electric toasters) and sewing it into a cloth band that can be wrapped around the end of a Schmidt-Cassegrain or refractor.
For the conductors, it was used mostly nichrome and iron wires and also a foreign-made immersion water heater with a stainless steel sheath (Weltor, Inc.
coli from specimens of urine, stool, sputum and any other body fluid was done by culturing directly onto MacConkey agar plates (Oxoid, Basingstoke England), using sterile nichrome wire calibrated loop.
The stained antenna was taken through an ethanol series, air dried for a few minutes, and then glued by the scape with Cytoseal to a 1 cm length of nichrome wire.
In the experiments, nichrome wires in the bottom of the atrium served as a heat source.
A new line of nichrome resistance wire coated with DuPont Teflon to create a nonstick surface for use at high temperatures has been introduced by APPLIED PLASTICS CO.
Micronization, is a dry-heat process that generates infrared electromagnetic short waves as a result of burning propane over ceramic tile or nichrome wire elements (Mercier, 1971).
Fireresistant nichrome wire would be wrapped around meticulously-worked and decorated clay to make disturbing and menacing objects like the Puff Adder.