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bring to a desired consistency, texture, or hardness by a process of gradually heating and cooling

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Comparatively, low value of dielectric constant and high tangent loss were observed for films under deposited and 200C anneal conditions.
That is, primers 3 and 4 anneal to and ligate across the (1+2) product, and primers 1 and 2 anneal to and ligate across the (3+4) product.
This allows oligo dT to anneal to mRNA and to serve as the primer from which the first strand of cDNA is synthesized.
Brass will anneal at 600 degrees, but it takes an hour at that temperature.
If a power failure occurs while the furnace is near its upper temperature limit of 2,500F and the outage continues, $100,000 worth of heating elements inside the furnace could be lost, as well as any parts under-going the anneal.
SEMATECH today announced that Poongsan, a leading producer of annealing furnaces, has joined its Front End Processes (FEP) program, and will work with SEMATECH to explore high-pressure anneal (HPA) techniques for silicon and non-silicon channel materials to improve device performance and reliability for next-generation technologies.
Like PCR, however, this pairing is driven by sequence homology, and if the correct matching target sequence is not present, the T7-tagged primer will not successfully anneal.
Researchers at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute have discovered that interrupting the nanorod growth process results in thinner copper rods that fuse together, or anneal, at about 300 degrees Celsius.
the leader in rapid thermal processing (RTP), today announced its new Applied Vantage([R]) Astra([TM]) millisecond anneal system, an important breakthrough in transistor fabrication that enables faster, lower power consumption devices.
Contract notice: Laser anneal system for metal contact sintering on silicon carbide.
The rapidity with which this cooling occurs and the vast molar excess of primer relative to template strands means that it is much more likely that the primers will anneal to their complementary regions on the template than the two longer template molecules will anneal to each other.
A higher temperature anneal can recover some toughness lost due to high nitrogen and aluminum content.
One way to reduce embrittlement is to thermally anneal the reactor vessel to recover its material properties.