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molecular beam


molecular ray

(General Physics) physics a parallel beam of molecules that are at low pressure and suffer no interatomic or intermolecular collisions
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"The innovation lies in the advanced materials development using molecular beam epitaxy (MBE) to 'grow' the compound semiconductor crystal in an atom-by-atom regime.
announced it has completed installation of its 100th automated Molecular Beam Epitaxy (MBE) system.
[33-46] and has mostly been employed for MOCVD (metal-organic chemical vapor deposition), but also for MBE (molecular beam epitaxy), as in our case.
Plasma-assisted molecular beam epitaxy (PAMBE) was also successfully applied to produce GaN, InN nanocolumns [9-11].
Among the topics are obtaining gas phase NMR parameters from molecular beam and high-resolution microwave spectroscopy, gas phase NMR for studying chemical reactions: kinetics and product identification, accurate non-relativistic calculations of NMR shielding constants, rovibrational and temperature effects in theoretical studies of NMR parameters, and optical hyperpolarization of noble gases for medical imaging.
The device was grown by molecular beam epitaxy using a reactor equipped with tellurium and beryllium dopant cells and arsenic/antimony valved cracker cells.
In the previous studies, we have grown M-plane GaN on LAO and misoriented LAO substrates at relatively low growth temperature growth by plasma-assisted molecular beam epitaxy (PAMBE) and have found a large anisotropic growth mechanism and strain within the M-plane GaN films [11,12].
Shortly afterward, he built a molecular beam apparatus, and his new molecular beam laboratory soon began to attract other talented young physicists who would go on to play key roles in atomic clock history, including Sidney Millman, Jerrold Zacharias, Polykarp Kusch, and Norman Ramsey.
Kiyoshi Kanisawa, a physicist at NTT-BRL, used the growth technique of molecular beam epitaxy to prepare this surface.
Henniker Scientific's Veraspec range of Molecular Beam Gas Analyzers has been extended to meet the specific demands of reaction monitoring in pyrolysis and gasification research applications.

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