aerosol generator


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aer·o·sol gen·er·a·tor

a device for producing airborne suspensions of small particles for inhalation therapy or experimental work; for example, a La Mer generator, spinning disc, or vibrating reed, each of which produces a monodisperse aerosol.

aer·o·sol gen·er·a·tor

(ār'ō-sol jen'ĕr-ā-tŏr)
A device for producing airborne suspensions of small particles for inhalation therapy or experimental work.

aerosol generator

A device that produces minute particles suspended in air from liquid materials such as medicines in solution. These particles may be used in inhalation therapy.
See also: generator

aer·o·sol gen·er·a·tor

(ār'ō-sol jen'ĕr-ā-tŏr)
Device for producing airborne suspensions of small particles for inhalation therapy or experimental work.
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