Origin of oxyhydrogen
Examples from the Web for oxyhydrogen
Historical Examples of oxyhydrogen
This differs from the oxyhydrogen blowpipe only in the size of the tubes.
It has been used also as a source of heat and light in the oxyhydrogen blowpipe.
The luminous intensity of the oxyhydrogen lime-light as used in practice was generally from 200 to 400 candle-power.Artificial Light
Whilst engaged at the Surrey Institution he invented the oxyhydrogen blow-pipe.Cornish Characters
For a small screen the oxyhydrogen light will be sufficient.
- a mixture of hydrogen and oxygen used to provide an intense flame for welding
- (as modifier)an oxyhydrogen blowpipe