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Synonyms for electron beam

a group of nearly parallel lines of electromagnetic radiation

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The identified volatile flavor compounds of the E-beam irradiated samples at 1, 5, 10 and 20 kGy doses were compared with those from non-irradiated (0 kGy) control ones to find out any possible effects of these irradiation doses on the overall flavor of the subject spice.
Lubos Malak, Optaglio's E-Beam Lithography Divisional Manager, said 'If we want to be a provider that can guarantee anti-counterfeiting technologies for our customers, we are obliged to invest into innovations for the long-term.
The Applied PROVision system is the industrys most advanced e-beam inspection tool, incorporating innovations based on more than 20 years of leading expertise in e-beam technology for review and metrology.
Growth drivers, challenges, and upcoming trends: E-beam wafer inspection system
Although there have been some articles published on thermal initiated crosslinking of SBCs [9, 19, 20, 23, 32-37], little research has been performed on the effects of E-beam radiation initiated crosslinking on SBCs.
D2S' advanced design-for-e-beam (DFEB) design and software capabilities maximize existing e-beam technology to virtually eliminate the costs of masks and speed time to market by shortening the design-to-lithography process flow.
The antimicrobial action of E-beam irradiation against foodborne bacteria can be impacted by several factors, including irradiation dose, temperature, population and types of bacteria, the physiological state of the organism, the gaseous environment and the preservation method.
Tim Fahlberg, a math and technology teacher at the International Community School in Washington's Lake Washington School District uses an e-Beam System I to create math movies at home that he later replays in class.
From the 1950s when e-beam evaporation systems became commercially available, and through the 1970s, much time and effort was spent on solving the inherent design problems that e-beam sources experienced.
E-beam and crossed laser beam alternatives are less practical in a production environment due to high costs of ownership.
Unlike gamma irradiation, e-beam irradiation requires relatively little equipment and shielding, can be brought within close proximity to manufacturing lines and can be turned on and off as needed.
Since 1995, MU food science professor Nan Unklesbaym has been the principal food scientist for developing E-beam technology.
Bulgarian company Demax Holograms has unveiled some novel new features created on its new e-beam origination system, installed last September (see HN October 2014).