impurity


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worthless or dangerous material that should be removed

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However, it is important to highlight that the presence of the laser beam on the donor impurity can be analyzed as a three-particle system: one positive ion and two electrons.
98, the acceptance threshold suggested for linearity of procedures for the determination of impurity content in bulk drug [69].
Q: What are the impurity limits in terms of water, [H.
4 phf Si 69 was investigated in the presence of increasing amounts of the NR impurity (figure 2).
1-x] As, with and without impurity for the transitions 1s-1p, 1p-1d and 1d-1f.
Typically, water may contain several types of impurity, from dust particles to dissolved salts and bacteria, each of which triggers freezing at a characteristic temperature.
The electron beam melting of molybdenum and its alloys is the most promising processes and produces ingots and castings with a low impurity content.
At present, the effective technology of impurity removal is calcination and acid leaching.
In low doping concentrations, the electron (hole) is bound to the impurity atom.
Haber evaluates the major contributions of key scholars and tackles the current debate on moral versus ritual impurity in the texts.
This achievement relies on visualization of impurity distributions in transistors based on electron beam holography technology with world-leading high spatial resolution.
In fact, there are two reasons for better refining: One, new refining technologies make it possible to produce solder with lower impurity levels.
Many of the cosmetic industry's chemical safety assessments reveal that common petroleum-based cosmetic ingredients can be contaminated with a cancer-causing impurity called 1,4-dioxane.