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Synonyms for electron beam

a group of nearly parallel lines of electromagnetic radiation

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- E-Beam Wafer Inspection System Competitor Market Share Scenario Worldwide (in %): 2019 & 2025
In addition, scientists have found that there is a synergistic improvement in quality attributes, such as bioburden reduction, texture, firmness and consumer acceptability, when fresh fruits are packaged under MAP conditions and treated with e-beam technology.
cardamomum and to further evaluate any possible effects of sterilization by irradiations such E-beam on these flavor compounds.
The slow but steady, almost irresistible growth of the E-beam market comes from a series of improvements, especially in the reliability of the delivery systems.
Geographical segmentation of the global e-beam wafer inspection system market
Although other methods of irradiation are being phased most of the importing countries have specified E-Beam irradiation for goods export to their countries.
The industrial application of E-beam has been predominantly focused on the crosslinking of elastomers [15-17], Rubbers are vulcanized by heating at high temperature with adding of sulfur or peroxide [18-22].
For the growth of individual carbon nanotubes, catalytic nanodot arrays were fabricated by e-beam lithography and e-beam evaporation.
Higher levels of e-beam energy produced p-type areas, while lower levels produced n-type areas.
-- a joint venture established by FML and Advantest Corporation -- and D2S, an emerging design and software company, has signed an agreement under which FML and e-Shuttle will adopt D2S' advanced design for e-beam (DFEB)* technology-starting with a 65-nm Low Power (LP) library-to result in the creation of test silicon to refine and validate DFEB technology for the 65-nm, 40-nm and below nodes.
Better production yields, like being able to regrind the sprue and the more stable and faster moulding cycle times more than make up for the added costs of the E-beam radiation step that is required after moulding to boost the heat performance.C[yen] The Xtreme LNP Starflam compounds are based on a technology that forms chemical bonds between the PA macromolecules under E-beam radiation.
Scientists collaborated in tests of e-beam irradiation of samples from the surface of beef carcasses--the site where pathogens are most likely to lurk.
The SEM can also be equipped as a dual column FIB or an e-beam lithography tool.
Beta rays come from an e-beam generator, which provides the same features as gamma radiation but with reduced penetrating power.
(Its "semi-rough" finish can be polished as needed using conventional machining methods.) Larger metal parts can be created by e-beam welding parts together.