HECDHorse Emergency Contact Database (Australian Horse Industry Council)
HECDHall Electrolytic Conductivity Detector
HECDHot Electron Capture Dissociation
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Mahra Mohammed bin Seray, Director, HECD and General Manager of the camp, said they have trained some 1,600 children from 12 countries.
* Somos HeCd Flex, HeCd Ultra GP, and HeCd Pattern HT are for HeCd laser systems.
HeCd Ultra GP has a light glass-green color and its properties mimic ABS.
5.3 and 5.4 in the next section, but to summarize, the bandwidths using the 325 nm line of the HeCd laser are close to the nominal values giving 0.53 nm for the ASRC_RSS instrument, 0.58 nm for EPA_101, 0.58 nm for EPA_114, 0.85 nm for the NIST instrument, 0.70 nm for the NSF_SUV instrument, 0.11 am for the USDA_UlK instrument, and 0.61 am for the YES_RSS instrument.
Characterizing the instruments in terms of their response to light from Hg, Cd, and Zn emission line lamps is somewhat more complex than was the case for a HeCd laser because there is a continuum in addition to the lines, and because there can be unresolved multiple lines.
Therefore, the lines from the HeCd laser and the Zn lamp are especially valuable for determining the wavelength uncertainty since typically these are not used for the original calibrations of the instruments.
The bandwidths calculated from the singlet Hg, Cd, and Zn lines and the HeCd line are plotted in Fig.
It produces its own photoresist plates, has electroforming capacity to create shims up to 300 x 700 mm, and has HeCd classical origination with a KineMax computer origination system.
He currently has the capability to originate classic 3D and 2D3D holograms using a high-power Kimmon HeCd laser (200mW) on a 5 x 8' Newport optical table and is building a stereogram system.
Material properties and reaction rates are based on those for a hexanedioldiacrylate (HDDA) monomer, and the light source is a 15 mW HeCd 325 nm laser.
In stereolithography, a CAD program drives a medium-power laser, such as HeCd or argon ion, to trace the contours of a CAD-created design on uncured acrylic-polymer resin.
Accordingly, they have created a method which will expose up to 2,000 dots per second using a relatively low power HeCd or violet diode laser--a more powerful laser could be used, giving even faster speeds.