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The word siphon is used to refer to a wide variety of devices that involve the flow of liquids through tubes. But in a narrower sense, the word refers particularly to ...

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What is a siphon?

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The Free Online Dictionary defines siphon: "A pipe or tube fashioned or deployed in an inverted U shape and filled until atmospheric pressure is sufficient to ...

Europa Water Siphon - What If? - xkcd

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What if you built a siphon from the oceans on Europa to Earth? Would it flow once it's set up? (We have an idea for selling bottled Europa water.) —A group of ...

Siphon - definition of siphon by The Free Dictionary

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A tube that carries a liquid from a higher level up and over a barrier and then down to a lower level, with the flow maintained by gravity and atmospheric pressure ...

The height limit of a siphon : Scientific Reports - Nature

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Dec 2, 2015 ... The maximum height of a siphon is generally assumed to be dependent on barometric pressure—about 10 m at sea level. This limit arises ...

Siphon | Define Siphon at Dictionary.com

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Siphon definition, a tube or conduit bent into legs of unequal length, for use in drawing a liquid from one container into another on a lower level by placing the ...

Siphoning | Define Siphoning at Dictionary.com

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Siphoning definition, a tube or conduit bent into legs of unequal length, for use in drawing a liquid from one container into another on a lower level by placing the ...

siphon - Wiktionary

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Etymology[edit]. From Middle French siphon, from Old French sifon, from Latin sipho, from Ancient Greek σίφων (síphōn, “pipe, tube”).

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How Does a Siphon Work? | Wonderopolis

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Nov 24, 2015 ... Or, you could simply rely on science and siphon the water out! If you've ever used a siphon, you already know that all you need is a simple ...

Siphon | Definition of Siphon by Merriam-Webster

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a bent tube used to move a liquid from one container into another container by means of air pressure. Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary.

Here's How Siphoning Stuff Works | WIRED

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Sep 9, 2015 ... Siphoning is simple physics. Contrary to what many assume, a siphon does not rely on atmospheric pressure (good news should you ever ...