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Dissolved Oxygen Meters - (217 companies)
Chemical Process and Petrochemical Gases - (96 companies)
Industrial Gases - (343 companies)
...welding (helium creates an inert atmosphere around the flame) and leak detection (hydrogen has a smaller atom, but it usually forms a diatomic molecule, H2). NASA uses it to pressurize space shuttle fuel tanks: The Kennedy Space Center alone uses more than 75 million cubic feet annually. Liquid helium...
...are those that exist as single atoms with no chemical bonds, such as noble gases, and homonuclear diatomic molecules, because they have no dipole movement. These two types of materials will not absorb IR radiation.12 An IR spectrometer can be interfaced with a sterilizer to continuously monitor...
...and followed their evolution over the next month. Most surprising were the strong signatures from sulfur-bearing compounds like diatomic sulfur (S2), carbon disulfide (CS2), and hydrogen sulfide (H2S). Ammonia (NH3) absorption was also detected. The S2 absorptions seemed to fade on timescales...
...removes the adsorbed hydrocarbon material by converting it to carbon dioxide (CO2) and water through a basically simple mechanism (see Figure 2). Many initialization mechanisms involving different excitation states of oxygen as both a free radical and diatomic molecule are possible...
...the sterilizer by closing the sample intake valve and then proceeds to flush the gas cell with nitrogen. Nitrogen, like all other diatomic molecules, has no IR absorption, making it the most secure method of rezeroing a gas analyzer. The nitrogen, making up 100% of the volume of the gas cell, is optically...
...molten metal onto the substrate. Plasma. Gas temperature range: 30,000 F. High voltage arc created in an atmosphere of monatomic (Argon and Helium) or diatomic (Nitrogen and Hydrogen) gases causes electrons to be pulled from the gas which then releases intense heat (and light) when the electrons...
...is maximized at high temperatures and in the presence of ample oxygen. Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR): This method utilizes a reducing catalyst such as anhydrous or aqueous ammonia, or urea to convert NOx into diatomic nitrogen and water. Although this method was patented in 1957 and has been in use...
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