Origin of phosphor
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Origin of Phosphor
Other definitions for phosphor (3 of 3)
How to use phosphor in a sentence
How, at so late an hour, this had been effected, I knew no more than where my horse Phosphor came from.The Sorrows of Satan|Marie Corelli
Phosphoresc′ent, shining in the dark like phosphorus; Phosphor′ic, Phos′phorous, pertaining to or obtained from phosphorus.
A wheezing chuckle answered him, and a phosphor bulb glowed weakly, shedding some light on a filthy hall.
At the front of each building, a dim phosphor bulb glowed; when darkness fell, they would have nothing else to see by.
Pelton wheel made of a solid steel disk with phosphor bronze buckets riveted to the rim.