What is another word for athodyd?

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[ ˈaθədˌɪd], [ ˈaθədˌɪd], [ ˈa_θ_ə_d_ˌɪ_d]

Athodyd, also known as a ramjet engine, is a type of jet engine that operates without the use of rotating parts. While "athodyd" is a unique word for this technology, there are several other synonymous terms that can be used to describe its function and operation. These include "scramjet," "supersonic combustion ramjet," and "hypermach." Each of these terms refers to a type of engine that operates under similar principles, using the force of high-speed air to compress and ignite fuel. Despite the many variations in design and function, all of these engines are examples of cutting-edge technology in the field of aerospace engineering.

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Athodyd (or αθοδυλίδη) is a naturally occurring organic compound that is responsible for the characteristic citrus scent of hundreds of types of orange and Mandarin oranges. It is also present in grapefruits, tangerines, pomelo, and limes. The compound is made up of a aldehyde and hydroxy acid groups, and is classified as a terpenoid.

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