rhumbatron

noun rhum·ba·tron \-bə‧ˌträn\

Definition of rhumbatron

plural

-s

  1. :  the buncher and catcher singly or in combination in a klystron

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Origin and Etymology of rhumbatron

rhumba + -tron; from the rhythmic oscillation of the waves inside it


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