Definition of Gasogene

1. Noun. A type of Victorian seltzer-bottle, which consisted of two mesh-encased glass globes arranged so that a reaction between tartaric acid and sodium bicarbonate produced carbon dioxide gas which carbonated the enclosed beverage and expelled it through a siphon valve. ¹



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Definition of Gasogene

1. gazogene [n -S] - See also: gazogene

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gasogene

gaskins
gasless
gaslight
gaslighted
gaslighting
gaslights
gaslike
gaslit
gasman
gasmask
gasmasks
gasmen
gasoduct
gasoducts
gasogen
gasogene (current term)
gasogenes
gasogens
gasohol
gasohols
gasolene
gasolenes
gasolier
gasoliers
gasoline
gasoline bomb
gasoline engine
gasoline gage
gasoline gauge
gasoline mileage

Literary usage of Gasogene

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1. Reports of Proceedings by Associations of gas engineers and managers, United Kingdom (1890)
"If for illuminating purposes, a thin stream of crude petroleum or other hydrocarbon must be introduced at the top of the gasogene whilst the steam is ..."

2. The Calorific Power of Fuels: With a Collection of Auxiliary Tables, and by Herman Poole (1900)
"In an air-gasogene one third of the calories is lost, since the gaseous products ... In the air gasogene 12 kilograms of carbon and 16 kilograms of oxygen ..."

3. Beet-sugar Manufacture and Refining by Lewis Sharpe Ware (1905)
"The activity of the combustion in the gasogene is regulated by a door placed in ... It has three gasogene hearths b which distribute their gases into C ..."

4. Beet-sugar Manufacture and Refining by Lewis Sharpe Ware (1905)
"The activity of the combustion in the gasogene is regulated by a door placed in ... It has three gasogene hearths b which distribute their gases into C ..."

5. The Calorific Power of Fuels by Herman Poole (1898)
"In an air-gasogene one third of the calories is lost, since the gaseous products ... In the air gasogene 12 kilogram of carbon and 16 kilograms of oxygen ..."

6. The Chemical Trade Journal and Oil, Paint and Colour Review (1897)
"... to the preparation of effervescing beverages, particularly in the domestic gasogene, ... in the domestic gasogene, is evidently out of the question. ..."

7. Gas and Petroleum Engines by Henry Graffigny, Raoul Marquis, A G. Elliott (1898)
"We have described the Bonier gasogene, and we will now complete the description by a short notice of the motor associated with it. ..."

8. Reports of Proceedings by Associations of gas engineers and managers, United Kingdom (1890)
"If for illuminating purposes, a thin stream of crude petroleum or other hydrocarbon must be introduced at the top of the gasogene whilst the steam is ..."

9. The Calorific Power of Fuels: With a Collection of Auxiliary Tables, and by Herman Poole (1900)
"In an air-gasogene one third of the calories is lost, since the gaseous products ... In the air gasogene 12 kilograms of carbon and 16 kilograms of oxygen ..."

10. Beet-sugar Manufacture and Refining by Lewis Sharpe Ware (1905)
"The activity of the combustion in the gasogene is regulated by a door placed in ... It has three gasogene hearths b which distribute their gases into C ..."

11. Beet-sugar Manufacture and Refining by Lewis Sharpe Ware (1905)
"The activity of the combustion in the gasogene is regulated by a door placed in ... It has three gasogene hearths b which distribute their gases into C ..."

12. The Calorific Power of Fuels by Herman Poole (1898)
"In an air-gasogene one third of the calories is lost, since the gaseous products ... In the air gasogene 12 kilogram of carbon and 16 kilograms of oxygen ..."

13. The Chemical Trade Journal and Oil, Paint and Colour Review (1897)
"... to the preparation of effervescing beverages, particularly in the domestic gasogene, ... in the domestic gasogene, is evidently out of the question. ..."

14. Gas and Petroleum Engines by Henry Graffigny, Raoul Marquis, A G. Elliott (1898)
"We have described the Bonier gasogene, and we will now complete the description by a short notice of the motor associated with it. ..."

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