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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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ENPNewswire-August 20, 2019--Leiden University: Stacked graphene layers act as a mirror for electron beams
Schwarz, "Power density of optimally focused space-charge-limited electron beams," Journal of Applied Physics, vol.
Their electronic structure or color can be changed by electron beams without changing their outward structure.
The emission characteristics of electron beams and X-rays, as well as the correlation of the electron and X-ray pulses with other PF phenomena, have been previously reported [1-5].
Various aspects of the problem of an interaction between electron beams and the eigenmodes of plasma filled waveguides are investigated in [1-3].
Markov, "Surface modification and alloying of metallic materials with low-energy high-current electron beams," Surface and Coatings Technology, vol.
Peanut butter samples were inoculated with approximately 7.0 log cfu per gram of Salmonella and exposed to doses of electron beams that ranged up to 3.1 kGy.
International Resource News-June 30, 2011--Advanced Electron Beams collaborates with Hitachi Zosen Corporation(C)1994-2011 ENPublishing - http://www.enpublishing.co.uk
Food irradiation using electron beams. In: Electronic irradiation of foods (ED.
The surface of the ingot was heated with two electron beams, and the power of one of these beams w1 was uniformly distributed in the central zone, and the power of the other beam [w.sub.2] was concentrated in the peripheral zone (Figure 1).
The following are a few examples of the flexibility of low energy electron beams in addressing a range of aseptic packaging applications.

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