n. (plural of electron gun English)
Usage examples of "electron guns".
He saw that they had brought along a number of the new electron guns and were beginning to struggle up to the talus with them.
The electron guns were just as good as they'd been all the other times he'd inspected them.
Fuchs, once a planetary geochemist, used Nautilus's electron guns to charge up his craft's skin, then covered the spacecraft with pebbles and dust from a loosely aggregated chondritic asteroid.
The battery of electron guns and lasers in the base had been programmed by some patient, long-dead artist to generate a series of geometrical shapes that slowly evolved into organic structures.
Instead, the ship's defenses included a set of electron guns that charged the outer skin of the spacecraft to millions of volts of positive charge.