It is the province of a concentrator to materialize these possibilities.
The concentrator consists of a tank containing water within which is supported a vessel F having double walls.
The vapors from the top of the column pass off to the wash heater or to a concentrator.
Along in the early 70s he erected the first concentrator in the Rocky mountains284 on the Rumley mine.
This company afterwards erected the first concentrator in Idaho, at Wardner.
In the television screen, Craven leaped from his chair, was staring with Stutsman at the place where the concentrator had stood.
Peter Wagner erected a five-stamp mill and a concentrator, the first which could treat base ores.
The concentrator at the writing table, looking up vaguely, perceived the general joust.
A few minutes ago I decided to reverse my concentrator and aim at a higher goal.
A concentrator capable of handling 4,000 tons of ore per day is nearing completion.
1883, from concentrate (v.).
A device that combines the data streams from many simultaneously active inputs into one shared channel in such a way that the streams can be separated after transmission. The concentrator's output bandwidth must be at least as great as the total bandwidth of all simultaneously active inputs. A concentrator is one kind of multiplexing device.
For example, a concentrator may be used to connect 24 2400 bps TTYs to a host via a 57600 bps channel.