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{{#category_index:B|boomer}} 1. A very strong, usually low-frequency reflection event identified with a distinctive massive reflector. 2. A marine seismic-energy source in which a discharge of electricity through a transducer consisting of a flat coil with spring-loaded aluminum plates induces eddy currents that force the plates to separate sharply producing an implosion. EG & G trade name.

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