Definition of Sensitizers

1. Noun. (plural of sensitizer) ¹



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Definition of Sensitizers

1. sensitizer [n] - See also: sensitizer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sensitizers

sensitive species
sensitively
sensitiveness
sensitivenesses
sensitives
sensitivities
sensitivity
sensitivity and specificity
sensitivity training group
sensitivity training groups
sensitization
sensitizations
sensitize
sensitized
sensitizer
sensitizers (current term)
sensitizes
sensitizing
sensitizing dose
sensitizing injection
sensitizing substance
sensitometer
sensitometers
sensitometric
sensitometries
sensitometry
sensitory
sensive
sensomobile
sensomobility

Literary usage of Sensitizers

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1. The Chemical Effect of the Spectrum by Josef Maria Eder (1884)
"Compounds of this kind are called chemical sensitizers. According to Poitevin and Vogel, the bodies which readily absorb iodine and bromine are good ..."

2. The Chemistry of Photography by Raphael Meldola (1891)
"The Action of sensitizers in Different Processes. —Theory of Developers and Restrainers.—Development by Vapours.—Acid Development by Ferrous Sulphate. ..."

3. The Chemistry of Photography by Raphael Meldola (1901)
"The Action of sensitizers in Different Processes. —Theory of Developers and Restrainers.—Development by Vapours.—Acid Development by Ferrous Sulphate. ..."

4. Three-colour Photography: With Special Reference to Three-colour Printing by Arthur Hübl (1904)
"Of suitable dye- stuffs we select the most probable sensitizers, test the same spectroscopically, and make the necessary corrections by means of suitable ..."

5. Collodion Emulsion and Its Applications to Various Photographic and Photo by Henry Oscar Klein (1905)
"The illustrations, facing page 23, indicate the curves of sensitiveness of the most usual aniline sensitizers. The reading was taken of normal spectrograms, ..."

6. Global Strategy for Asthma Management and Prevention by DIANE Publishing Company (1996)
"Occupational sensitizers are probably the only firmly documented cause ... Occupational sensitizers are usually classified by high and low molecular weight. ..."

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