noun iso·tron

Definition of isotron



  1. :  an electromagnetic apparatus for separating isotopes introduced as ions from an extended source which group according to their masses under the combined effect of a strong direct field and weak fields that vary at radio frequency

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Origin and Etymology of isotron

probably from isotope + -tron

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