E-BEAM


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E-BEAMElectron Beam (Evaporation)
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E-Beam Wafer Inspection System market worldwide is projected to grow by US$674.9 Million, guided by a compounded growth of 16.1%.
E-Beam irradiation technology allows for fast and efficient sanitization of food and non-food products through an electron beam passed through packaged commodities.
E-beam sterilization is already replacing hydrogen peroxide in aseptic packaging applications, reducing the use of chemicals and allowing for significant energy savings.
cardamomum (L.) Maton., E-beam irradiation, simultaneous distillation-solvent extraction (SDE), gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS)
Predictive mathematical models have been developed for gamma, high-energy E-beam, and x-ray irradiation facilities.
Electron beam or e-beam wafer inspection system is a semiconductor fab equipment, which is used during the semiconductor wafer manufacturing process, to find a defect in the wafers before packaging it.
Al-Technique Corporation of Pakistan (ATCOP) and Marine Group of Companies (MGC) have entered into a joint venture agreement to establish the first E-Beam facility at Karachi for irradiation of food items surgical instruments and gemstones etc.
Al-Technique Corporation of Pakistan (ATCOP) and Marine Group of Companies (MGC) have entered into a joint venture agreement to establish first ever E-Beam facility at Karachi for irradiation of food items surgical instruments and gemstones.
Electron beam (E-beam) radiation as an efficient way to crosslink polymers has advantages of short residence time and initiation without use of initiator [l-3].
Made from polypropylene and thermoplastic elastomer, the SRC connector can be sterilized with ethylene oxide, e-beam or gamma rays.
To make small nanodots, electron beam lithography (Raith 150) was used on an e-beam resist (3% 950,000-MW (molecular weight) PMMA (polymethyl methacrylate) in chlorobenzene) deposited on the titanium nitride/silicon dioxide/silicon wafer.
18 August 2011 - Swiss x-ray, e-beam, vacuum and RF technologies specialist Comet AG said today it had agreed to take over German RF and VHF generators maker Stolberg HF-Technik AG for EUR5.3m (USD7.6m).