Key words: 3-isoindolo-2-substituted quinazolin-4(3H)-ones; catalyst free, solvent free; direct thermal fusion
; microwave assisted; synthesis.
The etched substrate then stripped the photoresist etching mask and sealed with the thermal fusion
bonding method at 580[degrees]C for 10 min (Figure 2(f)).
For thermal fusion
reactions a number of combinations of the hydrogen isotopes are possible and can be found in any standard book on thermo-nuclear reactions
The design aims at about 3 Gigawatt thermal fusion
output with a "low average neutron wall load" of about 1.5 Megawatts per meter square, which "enables a long-life blanket concept." The authors say that "several physics and engineering issues remain to be solved.
Three MegaMc 2065's, McElroy's largest thermal fusion
machines, are currently working on a major mining project in Chile.
The coupling features a center body section constructed of ASTM D-2513/ISO 4437 gas grade polyethylene - allowing you to maintain integrity of an all-polyethylene system without the need for electrofusion or thermal fusion
The actual printing process uses Citizen's thermal fusion
technology along with a ribbon cartridge and is capable of printing one to two pages per minute.
But whereas the PN48's thermal fusion
ink technology yields 360 dots per inch (dpi), the Expresswriter has 180 dpi resolution for graphics.