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Turbomolecular pumps

turbomolecular pumps
(Science: radiobiology) type of pumping system in which a highspeed rotor blade expels gas by physically pushing the molecules out of the vacuum chamber. These pumps overheat unless the vacuum chamber is substantially depressurised using another pumping system first.


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