Definition of Tubulure

1. n. A short tubular opening at the top of a retort, or at the top or side of a bottle; a tubulation.



Definition of Tubulure

1. Noun. (chemistry) A short tubular opening at the top of a retort, or at the top or side of a bottle; a tubulation. ¹

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Definition of Tubulure

1. a short tubular opening [n -S]

Medical Definition of Tubulure

1. A short tubular opening at the top of a retort, or at the top or side of a bottle; a tubulation. Origin: Cf. F. Tubulure. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tubulure

tubuloacinar gland
tubuloalveolar
tubuloalveolar gland
tubulocyst
tubulocystic
tubulodermoid
tubulogenesis
tubulointerstitial
tubulointerstitial nephritis
tubulointerstitium
tubuloneogenesis
tubuloracemose
tubulose
tubulous
tubulure (current term)
tubulures
tubulus
tubulus contortus
tubulus rectus
tubulus renalis contortus
tubulus renalis rectus
tubulus seminifer rectus
tubus
tubus digestorius
tubus medullaris
tubus vertebralis
tucan

Literary usage of Tubulure

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1. Elements of Chemistry by Victor Regnault, James Curtis Booth, William L. Faber (1865)
"the two pieces fitted together, and the tube uo adjusted in the tubulure a, ... Into the tubulure / a glass tube g is fitted, which gives exit to the gas; ..."

2. Elements of Chemistry: For the Use of Colleges, Academies, and Schools by Victor Regnault (1853)
"The apparatus is then again filled with mercury, and the tubulure r made to communicate ... In order to burn the gas, it suffices to cause the tubulure r to ..."

3. A Journal of Natural Philosophy, Chemistry and the Arts by William Nicholson (1810)
"The receiver was suspended between two vertical pillars by a horizontal bar fixed to the tubulure, and crossing the pillars in the direction of their ..."

4. Civil Engineer and Architect's Journal (1848)
"This brass tubulure had a rectangular tube opening into it, ... The lateral tube of the tubulure is then put into communication with an air-pump furnished ..."

5. Natural Philosophy for General Readers and Young People by Adolphe Ganot (1905)
"159), closed everywhere except at the bottom, where there is a tubulure, which is always ... The level of the ink inside being higher than in the tubulure, ..."

6. Natural Philosophy for General Readers and Young Persons by Adolphe Ganot, Edmund Atkinson (1872)
"122), closed everywhere except at the bottom, where there is a tubulure, which is always ... The level of the ink inside being higher than in the tubulure, ..."

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