an apparatus for determining the movements of charged particles, consisting of a chamber containing a superheated transparent liquid that, by boiling and producing bubbles in the path of an ionizing particle, indicates the path of the particle.
a device that enables the tracks of ionizing particles to be photographed as a row of bubbles in a superheated liquid. Immediately before the particles enter the chamber the pressure is reduced so that the ionized particles act as centres for small vapour bubbles
A device used to observe the paths of charged subatomic particles. A bubble chamber consists of a container filled with very dense fluid that is close to boiling. The moving particles create tracks of bubbles in the fluid that can be photographed and analyzed. Bubble chambers have been largely supplanted in laboratories by more sensitive particle detectors that do not rely on the human eye. Compare cloud chamber.
a solo dance by a nude or nearly nude woman, as in a burlesque show, using one or more balloons for covering.
noun (angling) a hollow spherical float that can be weighted with water to aid casting
a type of chewing gum that can be blown into large bubbles through the lips. Slang. light rock-‘n’-roll music characterized by simple, repetitive phrasing and lyrics. Contemporary Examples He Bullies Kids and Calls It News Brandy Zadrozny June 25, 2014 Danger Stalks Lucas Davenport Daily Beast Promotions May 10, 2009 Historical Examples And Then the […]
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