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Noun1.electron beam - a group of nearly parallel lines of electromagnetic radiation
cathode ray - a beam of electrons emitted by the cathode of an electrical discharge tube
electromagnetic radiation, electromagnetic wave, nonparticulate radiation - radiation consisting of waves of energy associated with electric and magnetic fields resulting from the acceleration of an electric charge
particle beam - a collimated flow of particles (atoms or electrons or molecules)
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The subject of the tender is the delivery, assembly and commissioning of an e-beam evaporator for thin layers, as well as a training session.
This past year several papers were published reporting advances in R&D including " Highly textured silicon[111] crystalline thin-film on buffered soda-lime glass by e-beam evaporation" by S.
The industrial application of E-beam has been predominantly focused on the crosslinking of elastomers [15-17], Rubbers are vulcanized by heating at high temperature with adding of sulfur or peroxide [18-22].
The facility plan will provide the company with the opportunity to add a second e-beam system if necessary to meet future customer demand.
Advantest is improving the throughput of the e-beam direct-write solution, and the DFEB technology will further increase the throughput of our systems.
E-Beam Services compared chemical and e-beam methods for crosslinking 16-mm extruded pipe.
Recently, to further its expansion policy, Ionisos has bought COFRAR, a leader company in the engineering and realization of e-beam installations.
Another advantage of this system is that the e-beam source does not waver from the time it's installed till the time it burns out.
E-Beam technology, he said, offers "exceptional gloss and abrasion resistance, providing enhanced barrier and durability qualities through use of co-extruded layered film, while driving down costs.
The antimicrobial action of E-beam irradiation against foodborne bacteria can be impacted by several factors, including irradiation dose, temperature, population and types of bacteria, the physiological state of the organism, the gaseous environment and the preservation method.
Tim Fahlberg, a math and technology teacher at the International Community School in Washington's Lake Washington School District uses an e-Beam System I to create math movies at home that he later replays in class.
E-beam and crossed laser beam alternatives are less practical in a production environment due to high costs of ownership.