microwire


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microwire

(ˈmaɪkrəʊˌwaɪə)
n
a very fine wire
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Offspring from these females were raised to approximately 20 mm in carapace width and implanted with coded microwire tags for use in experimental field tests of enhancement (Davis et al.
Through this project, micro-SME Meon Technology, alongside partners the Optoelectronics Research Centre at the University of Southampton and the University of Cranfield, has developed a microwire production process and a method to compare the efficacy of microwire and other materials as chaff.
The study described in the second paper used groups of three or four rats whose brains were interconnected via microwire arrays in the somatosensory cortex of the brain and received and transmitted information via those wires.
Gerbing's Microwire heating technology provides warmth to the right spots on your back and chest, and a 7.
Surgeons used the smallest adult catheter they could find and a strand of microwire to put super glue on baby Ashlyn's aneurysm, the New York Daily News reported.
The nano structure formation was started by depositing polysilicon on the insulated substrate which is also followed by positive photoresist coating for pattern transfer process and after the photoresist coating, alignment exposure follows to realise the polysilicon microwire, after the microwire formation, the wire trimming process follows and this is done through plasma oxidation process, the details descriptions are as follows.
Options for generating microscale features include microwire electro discharge machining, laser ablation, electroforming, and lithographie galvanoformung abformung (LTGA), but with nanoscale patterns, the selection is limited to lithography techniques developed for semiconductor processing (6), (7).
Powered by a 7-volt lithium battery--included together with a charger--the microwire grid will heat up to 135 degrees on high and last all day on low power.
MicroWire is an amorphous metal wire that has a distinct magnetic signature that is readable by a handheld device.
Over a period of two years, 15,974 juvenile shrimp (40-80 mm TL) were marked internally with uniquely coded microwire tags and released in the shallow upper reaches of four salt marsh tidal creeks.
A microwire electrode was inserted into the dorsal ramus of the anterior lateral line nerve, which innervates the supraorbital and infraorbital lateral line (3).