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fractionator

[ frak-shuh-ney-ter ]
/ ˈfræk ʃəˌneɪ tər /
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noun
Chemistry. an apparatus for fractional distillation.Compare cracker (def. 10).
any apparatus capable of separating complex liquid substances, as blood, into their component parts.
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Origin of fractionator

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How to use fractionator in a sentence

  • He inserted half a droplet of the supposed vaccine and plugged in the fractionator's power cable.

    The Hate Disease|William Fitzgerald Jenkins
  • The fractionator turned itself off and he focused on and studied the slide it yielded.

    The Hate Disease|William Fitzgerald Jenkins
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