Xe plasma FIB allows for the fabrication of nano- and microstructures which are free from Ga contamination, which can cause unwanted effects.
Powder testers are used from the initial stages of R&D, to support process scale-up, in the day-to-day troubleshooting of commercial scale plant, and for QC, for both raw materials and finished products.
The human eye does not have the ability to sense light objectively – which is one of its major shortcomings. Also, it cannot quantify absolute luminance levels due to its automatic adaption to different light levels.
Cold-cure and flexible foams used for the manufacture of mattresses are made of polyurethane synthetics. Various intermediate products are formed during the synthesis of urethanes, which are the basis for polyurethanes.
Gas-assisted Xe FIB delayering of the sub 20-nm technology nodes found in modern microelectronics is possible using the XEAI3 from TESCAN.
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Dr. Mike Keeble
Aerospace is a demanding industry for new product development and quality control. AZoM talks for Dr. Mike Keeble from Buehler about how they are rising to the materials testing challenges set by the Aerospace Industry.
Dr Don Cohen,
This interview discusses what it takes to identify and solve problems related to surfaces, tribology and friction.
In this interview AZoM talks to Venkat Nandivada, Manager of Technical Sales at Master Bond Inc. about special adhesive packaging, how best to use them and the options avalable from Master Bond Inc.
As well as being a low frequency vibration device that can be used for loads that have a weight ranging from 50 to 1050 lbs, the CM-1 can be made compatible for applications inside a cleanroom or vacuum.
The TMA/SDTA 2+ is ideal for a wide variety of applications, offering a broad temperature range alongside a selection of force parameters in tension and compression modes.
XRF has a vital and well-established analytical role within the cement industry.
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