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In vitro dissolution characteristics of beryllium oxide and beryllium metal aerosols.
Beryllium is a lightweight metal used primarily in specialty alloys and beryllium oxide ceramics.
Wide range off-the-shelf Beryllium Oxide (BeO) ceramic heat sinks, crucibles, washers, thermocouple tubing and custom-made substrates provide product designers with an effective solution to thermal management problems.
Aluminum nitride substrates are more environmentally friendly and safer to produce than circuits based on beryllium oxide substrates.
For these studies, we evaluated fluorescent dextran particle penetration of human skin ex vivo with laser scanning confocal microscopy, and cutaneous sensitization of mice using beryllium salts and beryllium oxide.
These chemicals, which include butadiene, beryllium oxide, furans, sodium chromate, and dibutyl phthalate, are widely used industrially in such items as paints, varnishes, printing inks, and adhesives.
In addition, they offer improved thermal properties because LDMOS devices do not require a beryllium oxide isolation layer in the package.
Beryllium oxide is most often used in lasers and radar systems and as a substrate for electronic circuits that drive high-speed computers.