Definition of Decoupler

1. Noun. That which decouples ¹



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Definition of Decoupler

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Decoupler

decortications
decorticator
decorticators
decorum
decorums
decos
decose
decoses
decoupage
decoupaged
decoupages
decoupaging
decouplable
decouple
decoupled
decoupler (current term)
decouplers
decouples
decoupling
decouplings
decourous
decoy
decoy-duck
decoy-ducks
decoy cells
decoyed
decoyer
decoyers
decoying
decoyman

Literary usage of Decoupler

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1. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1879)
"The resolution of such spectra, after optimizing the transmitter and decoupler radiofrequency outputs, was of the order of 1.5 Hz (as measured by the peak ..."

2. A New French and English Dictionary in Two Parts by William Cobbett (1833)
"DECOUPLE, part, well-made, well-shaped. decoupler, ra. to uncouple. decoupler apr├Ęs, (obs.) to set against. ..."

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