Meissner Meiss·ner (mīs’nər), Georg. 1829-1905.
German physiologist and anatomist known for his microscopic investigations of the skin and the vestibular and cochlear nerves.
[mahys-ner] /ˈmaɪs nər/ noun, Physics. 1. the loss of magnetism that a superconductor displays when cooled to its transition temperature in a magnetic field. /ˈmaɪsnə/ noun 1. (physics) the phenomenon in which magnetic flux is excluded from a substance when it is in a superconducting state, except for a thin layer at the surface
[me-saw-nyey] /mɛ sɔˈnyeɪ/ noun 1. Jean Louis Ernest [zhahn lwee er-nest] /ʒɑ̃ lwi ɛrˈnɛst/ (Show IPA), 1815–91, French painter.
1. a combining form meaning “a person expert in or renowned for” something specified by the initial element (often used derisively): schlockmeister; opinionmeister; dealmeister. /ˈmaɪstə/ combining form 1. a person who excels at a particular activity: spinmeister, horror-meister combining word Very active in, adept at, or in charge of what is indicated •These words have […]
[mahyt-ner] /ˈmaɪt nər/ noun 1. Lise [lee-zuh] /ˈli zə/ (Show IPA), 1878–1968, Austrian nuclear physicist. /German ˈmaitnər/ noun 1. Lise (ˈliːzə). 1878–1968, Austrian nuclear physicist. With Hahn, she discovered protactinium (1918), and they demonstrated with F. Strassmann the fission of uranium Meitner (mīt’nər) Austrian-born Swedish physicist who contributed to the first theories of nuclear fission. […]