An extract on #atomizer
The making of an aerosol, which is a colloid suspension of fine solid particles or liquid droplets in a gas
An apparatus using an atomizer nozzle
Sprays, mists, fogs, clouds, dust clouds, and smoke, which appear to be atomized
A nebulizer, which is a device used to administer medication in the form of a mist inhaled into the lungs
An electronic cigarette atomizer is a component which employs a heating element to vaporize a flavored solution, that may or may not contain nicotine, for inhalation into the lungs
The conversion of a vaporized sample into atomic components in atomic spectroscopy
Atomizer (album), a 1986 album by Big Black
Atomizer (band), a British synthpop duo
In fiction, the complete disintegration of a targeted object into the atoms which constitute it is accomplished by shooting it with a disintegrator ray
When a fast gas stream is injected into the atmosphere and across the top of the vertical tube, it is forced to follow a curved path up, over and downward on the other side of the tube. This curved path creates a lower pressure on the inside of the curve at the top of the tube. This curve-caused lower pressure near the tube and the atmospheric pressure further up is the net force causing the curved, velocity-changed path (radial acceleration) shown by Bernoulli's principle.
The difference between the reduced pressure at the top of the tube and the higher atmospheric pressure inside the bottle pushes the liquid from the reservoir up the tube and into the moving stream of air where it is broken up into small droplets (not atoms as the name suggests) and carried away with the stream of air.
They may be automated or manually operated, the latter being typically by means of a manual pump (rubber ball or piston), this being a traditional type of atomizer used for perfume.
Atomizer has two 3 foot (1 m) tall cones. One of the cones is the jetting cone from which all water jets come. The other cone sprays a fine mist during major eruptions, giving the geyser its name. The geyser erupts in series. The series consists of three to five minor eruptions and one major eruption. Minor eruptions last about one minute and reach to 30 feet (9.1 m). Major eruptions last 8 to 10 minutes and reach 40 to 50 feet (12 to 15 m). Major eruptions have a steam phase following the water phase.
Atomizer overflows its pool every few minutes for two to four hours until the first minor eruption occurs. Six to eight minor eruptions occur about one hour apart. Between 15 minutes and 1 hours after the last minor eruption, the major eruption will begin. After a major eruption, the water pool takes about six hours to refill.