Definition of centrifuge
Origin of centrifuge
OTHER WORDS FROM centrifugecen·trif·u·ga·tion [sen-trif-yuh-gey-shuhn, -trif-uh-], /sɛnˌtrɪf yəˈgeɪ ʃən, -ˌtrɪf ə-/, nounre·cen·tri·fuge, verb (used with object), re·cen·tri·fuged, re·cen·tri·fug·ing.
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How to use centrifuge in a sentence
A centrifuge designed to help astronauts in microgravity looks a bit like a carousel with beds instead of ponies.
She was part of a team that looked into the effects of a centrifuge on motor control.
In the case of 12 slots, it was always possible to balance the centrifuge for any even number of tubes.
A room-sized centrifuge would be a lot harder to launch in a spaceship than an LBNP suit.
Such devices may be easier to send into space than alternatives being tested, such as centrifuges.
“Let me name the only countries that have ever acquired a zippe centrifuge,” Russell said.
Tehran is also developing advanced centrifuge designs and stockpiling low-enriched uranium.Iran and North Korea: The Nuclear 'Axis of Resistance'|Josh Rogin, Eli Lake|January 31, 2014|DAILY BEAST
MCT Oil - Medium Chain Triglycerides are the fat transport mechanisms you get when you put coconut oil in a centrifuge.These Are The 15 Supplements to Keep In Your Medicine Cabinet|Ari Meisel|December 28, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The data on centrifuge production was vital to intelligence agencies.
It is not clear if this could lead to a modification of stated U.S. policy that Iran should not have “one centrifuge turning.”
The "torfuge" (Fig. 31) is said to be a very satisfactory substitute for the centrifuge, and is readily portable.A Manual of Clinical Diagnosis|James Campbell Todd
Don't forget to spin 'em for centrifuge-gravity and stability!The Planet Strappers|Raymond Zinke Gallun
Remove as much of its blood as possible from the heart under aseptic precautions into sterilized centrifuge tubes.
Take a small centrifuge tube and half fill it with sodium citrate solution.
Sterile tubes (for the centrifuge) closed with solid rubber stoppers.