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    ...applications. For instance, a electron beam system designed for welding titanium components together in a vacuum would be much different than a electron beam system for crosslinking plastic or curing a resin coating within a cloth or composite... Learn More
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    UV Curing Adhesives - (142 companies)
    ...crosslinking between the unsaturation sites in the monomers or oligomers. Benefits of UV Curable Adhesives. The ability of UV adhesives to rapidly cure without heat provides energy savings and productivity gains. Energy savings occurs because... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Electron beam welding services use a narrow beam with high energy density to weld metals and alloys with a narrower heat effect zone and deeper penetration compared to most other welding processes. Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Lithography equipment transfers circuit or device patterns onto a substrate using a patterned mask and a beam of light or electrons to selectively expose a photoresist layer. Overlay metrology systems align the pattern masks or reticules. Learn More
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    Radiation Curable Coatings - (28 companies)
    Radiation curable coatings are cured through exposure to ultraviolet (UV) light or electron beam irradiation. They provide rapid processing compared to film drying and thermosetting coatings. Learn More
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    Excimer lasers are rare-gas halide or rare-gas metal vapor lasers that produce relatively wide beams of ultraviolet laser light. They operate via the electronic transitions of molecules. Learn More
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    Crucibles are vessels used to melt and process materials at high temperatures. Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Thermoset Adhesives - (167 companies)
    ...long-term stability. Despite these superior characteristics, two component systems are often avoided in favor of one component ones due to the latter's easier use and storage requirements. The image below shows a thermoset compound cross-linking... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Evaporators are systems consisting of a heat exchanger or bath, valves, manifolds and temperature controls for conversion of a product (e.g., liquefied gas) from a liquid to a gaseous state. Search by Specification | Learn More
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...the company a personalized service, as well as materials-testing and analytical capabilities. Acsion provides bioburden reduction and cross-linking services to the medical products industry, in addition to E-beam sterilization. Validation, expert advice, and consultation are all additional services...

...strength, which measures notch sensitivity, decreases by approximately 20% after 25-kGy cycles and 30% after 100-kGy cycles. Instrumented dart impact testing shows minimal reduction after gamma or E-beam sterilization. The reduction of impact strength in ABS resins is attributed to radiation cross-linking...

...methods are. via oxidation reactions or coupled to form longer chain. sometimes preferred over conventional dry heat,. branches, as shown in Figure 1. Although these two. irradiation, or autoclaving since high temperatures. mechanisms compete against each other, crosslinking. may result...

...it to cross-link and harden like an epoxy cement is very low right now because we haven't yet discovered how the cross-linking takes place in nature," Baier says. The answer appears to involve enzymes that catalyze this molecule into a sticky form. BYSSUS THREADS An understanding of this transformation...

...tubing exposed to 50-kGy irradiation.5 Only 24.6% soluble polyolefin was extracted in decahydro naphthalene boiling solvent (at 194.6 C) after the tubing was exposed to a 100-kGy cobalt source. This indicates that there is some grafting and cross-linking occurring in the tubing when it is exposed...

...and validation services, and supplies sterilization indicators. Medical Engineering Technologies Ltd., Folkestone, Kent, UK. A company offers precision-controlled radiation cross-linking with accelerated electrons or gamma rays. The procedure can sterilize plastics to regulatory requirements...

Switzerland, www.leoni-studer.ch) also provides assistance to medical device OEMs with materials testing, validation, and documentation for regulatory purposes. E-beam and gamma sterilization services are available; the company operates seven E-beam accelerators for cross-linking and materials modification...

...chemical methods. Cross-linking of UHMWPE macromolecules has been performed using cross-linking agents such as peroxides,14 and through gamma15 17 or electron-beam irradiation.18,19 The cross-linking of UHMWPE results in an interpenetrating network of high-molecular-weight polyethylene chains...

Components are then sterilized, either with low doses of gamma radiation (in barrier packaging with a low-oxygen environment) or by nonionizing methods such as gas plasma or EtO (in gas-permeable packaging). Some grades are made more resist-ant to wear by cross-linking with exposure to high doses...

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  • Electrical Conductive Adhesives with Nanotechnologies
    This system cross - linked upon e - beam irradiation as well.
  • Electron beam irradiation for structuring of molecular assemblies.
    ...beam can have the following effects on molecular layers: destruction of molecular structure under e-beam irradiation with a successive formation of new molecular system when the irradiation is... ...of the layer after e - beam irradiation; crosslinking of molecules in the...
  • Electron beam irradiation for structuring of molecular assemblies
    ...beam can have the following effects on molecular layers: destruction of molecular structure under e-beam irradiation with a successive formation of new molecular system when the irradia- tion... ...of the layer after e - beam irradiation; crosslinking of molecules in the...
  • Interfacial stabilization of binary polymer blends through radiation treatment: A free volume approach
    The changes in free volume parameters upon e - beam and microwave irradiation on the two systems clearly shows improved interaction between the blend constituents as a result of cross - linking through hydrogen bond formations.
  • Advances in polymer integrated optics
    Upon exposure to actinic radiation (e.g., UV or e - beam ), these monomer systems form highly crosslinked networks, which ex- hibit low intrinsic absorption in the wavelength range extending from 400–1600 nm.
  • Advanced Rubber Composites
    Beside mechanical characterization, one important aim of this work is the evalua- tion of the effects of E - beam modification of PTFE powder on the friction and wear properties of PTFE-filled EPDM composites crosslinked by a radical-initiated peroxide system .
  • Top surface imaging lithography processes for I-line resists using liquid-phase silylation
    The impact of different silylating agents on Shipley SPR505A resist system is presented for both the UV exposed and e - beam crosslinked regions of the resist.
  • Substrate and textile coating
    The electron beams are used for networking of acrylate-coatings to paper, PET PVC, polyolefins (PE and PP), wood and metals as well as for so-called cold curing of reactive resin systems .
  • LIGA and its Applications Volume 7
    Introduction 416 Variants of Lithography 417 UV Lithography 417 Deep X-ray Lithography 418 e - Beam Lithography 419 Microstereolithography 419 Properties... ...423 Application of Filled Resist Systems 424 Deep X-ray... ...424 Determination of the Crosslinking Mechanism 424 Powder-�?lled...
  • Electron-Beam Sensitivity and Patterning of an Aqueous-Develop, Epoxy-Based Polynorbornene Dielectric Material
    These results show that addition of TPEGE to BF decreased its solubility in aqueous base after e - beam exposure as a result of polymer cross - linking and interconnectivity. TPEGE has also been used in other negative-tone systems to improve the cross- link density of...
  • Probing the internal environment of PVP networks generated by irradiation with different sources
    Although the micro- porosity described from the observation of the freeze-dried solids is not a description of the molecular network of these crosslinked polymers, that is to be resolved... ...density and, in turn, influences the systems micro-viscosity and thereby Fig. 1 G′ (solid symbols) and G″ (empty symbols) behaviour recorded as a function of the frequency for e - beam 25 kGy (circles), e-beam 80 kGy (triangles) and UV (rhombs) PVP-irradiated samples .
  • Chemically amplified resists for x-ray and e-beam lithography
    The effect of process variables on resist performance has been investigated for several of the chemically amplified crosslinked negative resist systems 15. Regardless of the nature of exposure (deep UV, e - beam or X-ray), the postexposure bake has the greatest effect on overall resist performance.
  • Use of Mathematical Modelling in Electron Beam Processing: A Guidebook
    An industrial irradiation system using an electron accelerator consists of several parts which are crucial for successful operations in the field of medical device sterilization, decontamination of food packaging, or material processing, including cross - linking , grafting or curing. The following section contains a brief overview of the principal modules of an e - beam system , important for modelling purposes.
  • INVESTIGATION OF FACTORS INFLUENCING THE CATIONIC POLYMERIZATION OF EPOXY RESINS
    Furthermore, it was determined that the high reactivity of the hydroxyl group disrupts the development of a crosslinked network in the Epon 825 system and that the degree to which this occurs depends on the intrinsic reactivity of the alcohol This... KEY WORDS: E - Beam , Epoxy Resin, Cationic Polymerization, Cure kinetics * Corresponding author.
  • Nanopatterned structures for biomolecular analysis toward genomic and proteomic applications
    In this process, a thin resist layer is exposed to an energetic electron beam and undergoes different processes, such as polymer chain scission, polymer cross - linking , etc., to generate patterns after development 12 . The system used for this work is a commercial JEOL JBX-6000 FS/E e - beam direct writer, which can write nanoscale patterns on a substrate up to 6" in diameter.