reaction chamber

reaction chamber

n
(Astronautics) engineering the chamber in a rocket engine in which the reaction or combustion of fuel occurs
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The team added small windows to a reaction chamber about the size of a tangerine so they could shine an SSRL X-ray beam through it and watch what was happening in real time.
The central part of the experimental setup used is a reaction chamber allowing a sample of size 20cmx10cmx5cm to be fixed.
Metrics Contract Services invested about $200,000 to add a Thermo Scientific iCAP Q ICP-MS mass spectrometer and a Milestone Ultra WAVE Single Reaction Chamber digestion vessel to its analytical lab.
Carbon Cycle Investments ("CCI"), which acquired a controlling interest in MPM following a stock purchase agreement in April 2013, already has an agreement with Wheeler as the manufacturer of the reaction chamber of its gasification technology.
The company's UltraWAVE microwave system boasts Single Reaction Chamber technology that is revolutionizing microwave sample prep for ICP/MS-OES analysis, as the system can perform simultaneous mixed batches with the use of disposable vials.
An easier-to-store DNA template may also be present in the PCR reaction chamber to be amplified as a PCR-only control.
11 m long) that wrapped the external lateral area of the reaction chamber.
The energy generated by the sun and transferred to the fiber-optic cable system-similar in some ways to a data transmission line-can heat up the reaction chamber to over 600 degrees Fahrenheit to treat the waste material, disinfect pathogens in both feces and urine, and produce char.
We used an environmental photochemical reaction chamber located at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to generate model multipollutant-mixture atmospheres.
In this case, precursors that can only undergo self-limiting surface reactions are individually fed into the reaction chamber.