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  • Low Speed Carbon Deposition Process for Hermetic Optical Fibers (.pdf)
    For optical fibers used in adverse environments, a carbon coating is frequently deposited on the fiber surface to prevent water and hydrogen ingression that lead respectively to strength degradation through fatigue and hydrogen-induced attenuation. The deposition of a hermetic carbon coating onto
  • Chemical Vapor Deposition
    Chemical vapor deposition (CVD) of hydrocarbons over a metal catalyst is a classical method that has been used to produce various carbon materials such as carbon fibers, filaments, etc. for over twenty years. Large amounts of CNTs can be formed by catalytic CVD of acetylene over Co and Fe catalysts
    unplanned shutdowns for cleaning. Furthermore, dissolution of calcium carbonate leads to uncontrolled formation of carbon dioxide (gas) in the process, which causes problems such as foaming etc. This paper will demonstrate that using a carbon dioxide based solution from Linde, to prevent dissolution
  • Reaction of Steam and Methane Over Novel YSZ -LaB6 Composites and Nickel-YSZ Cermets (.pdf)
    Current SOFC Ni-YSZ cermet anodes suffer from a number of problems when exposed to methane-containing fuels at typical operating temperatures. These include; carbon deposition, nickel sintering and poisoning by sulfur present in the methane supply; ultimately these processes result in degradation
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    scrubbers, thermal oxidizers, and other volatile-organic-carbon abatement devices. V-series systems detect low levels of moisture or
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    such as fluorinated silicate glass, amorphous fluorinated carbon, and phosphosilicate glass. Meanwhile, Align-Rite has purchased several RT-8000-series tools
  • MICRO: BEOL Equipment
    Gerald Beyer and Mieke Van Bavel, Research into deposition processes discusses the properties of atomic layer deposition TiN and tungsten-carbon-nitride films on different substrate materials in integrated stacks. nterconnects have been, are, and will continue to be a limiting factor
  • Materials Modeling and Simulation Case Studies
    Activity of Lanthanum-based Catalysts at The Dow Chemical Company Additive Design in Paint Formulation Adsorption Mechanism of Carbon Dioxide in Zeolites Application of Carbon Nanotubes as Electromechanical Sensors Atomistic Modeling of Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD): Silicon Oxynitride Atomistic

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