Dewar

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Named for James Dewar, who is credited with its invention.

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Dewar (plural Dewars)

  1. A glass or metal double-walled flask for holding a liquid without much loss or gain of heat; a vacuum bottle or thermos. Generally used for scientific purposes and in particular for cryogenic work.

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