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 company disclosed that the ADP cartridge simulates whole blood flow in motion within its microfluidic reaction chamber, similar to that of flow within the human body.
The Simplix Multi-Drug Test Cup has both a storage chamber and a reaction chamber, both are connected by a very tiny sample inlet hole, which works like a valve, the urine sample can go through the inlet when the pressure difference is big enough.
To ensure the vacuum of the reaction chamber, the pressure differences about 3 Torr between internal and external chamber were controlled.
We designed a reaction chamber of gas sensing system with a volume of 8.4 liters and injected hydrogen gas with the prepared volume to meet the desired concentration using a sample dilution of hydrogen gas in the reaction chamber.
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.
With the chamber temperature maintained at 400[degrees]C, Ti[Cl.sub.4] and N[H.sub.3] gases were duly injected in the reaction chamber [15-17].
We were able to design an easy-to-use platform consisting of a circular chip to deliver proper reagents into a reaction chamber through channels and burst valves using a hand crank for energy and a companion smartphone camera and application to provide a simple read-out.
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.