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Ion Beam Guns and Electron Beam Guns - (64 companies)Ion beam guns and electron beam guns produce beams of electrons, ions or other particles for use in chemical and surface analysis, particle physics, resin curing or semiconductor manufacturing. How to Select Ion Beam Guns and Electron Beam Guns... Learn More
Thin Film Sources - (82 companies)...with an electric field and a strong magnetic field to generate microwave energy. Due to the fact that the direction of the electric field that accelerates the electron beam is perpendicular to the axis of the magnetic field, magnetrons are sometimes... Learn More
Electron Beam Welding Services - (43 companies)
No Image AvailableElectron Beam Processing Equipment - (31 companies)Electron beam machines, equipment or systems are used to process materials using a very focused energy source with a very small wavelength. Electron beam machines, equipment or systems are used to process materials. Electron beams provide a very... Learn More
Electron Microscopes - (61 companies)
Thin Film Monitors - (56 companies)
Lithography Equipment - (71 companies)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 photo resist layer. Overlay metrology systems align the pattern masks or reticles. Lithography equipment... Learn More
Beams, Joists, and Wall Studs - (224 companies)...of more supports. Cantilever beams or cantilevers are supported on only end. With these rafters, beams and joists, the beam carries the load to the support, where it is resisted by moment and shear stress. Rafters, beams and joists are used in several... Learn More
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PHOTONIS Technologies SAS
Electron Generator Arrays Because each of the millions of pores produce electrons, the resultant electron flux is extremely uniform and dense. EGAs can be used as the electron source in electron impact ionization source applications. This technology has the advantage of performing as a cold ionization source, which eliminates pyrolytic effects that occur when the heat generated by the filament chemically changes the unknown substances to be identified. (read more)Browse Electron Multipliers Datasheets for PHOTONIS Technologies SAS
STI ResistCoat-helps resist corrosion The STI ResistCoat ® is based on chromium coatings and - depending on the version - combines corrosion resistance with a high level of wear protection. Maximum wear protection is highly sought after for parts having to resist strong impacts from surface pressure, abrasion, erosion or even tribo-corrosion - if necessary in combination with thermal stress. The STI ResistCoat ® couples optimum wear protection with perfectly homogenous surfaces, the smallest possible tolerances, variable... (read more)Browse Corrosion Protection Services Datasheets for Hartchrom, Inc.
Maritime Components That Resist Galvanic Corrosion Bi-metallic transitions are produced with a solid-state welding process that uses controlled explosive energy to join two or more otherwise incompatible and/or exotic materials at the molecular level. This results in a permanent, solder-free metallurgical bond, and can create composites that are lightweight and have superior strength. Explosion welded transition materials have become prevalent throughout the shipbuilding industry. Cylindrically bonded aluminum-to-steel transition rings, for... (read more)
PHOTONIS Technologies SAS
Channeltrons - Channel Electron Multipliers Channeltron ® Electron Multipliers have set the standard for mass spectrometry detection. Our extensive product line proves that PHOTONIS has an extensive understanding and mastery of the different technologies involved with electron multipliers. Channeltron ® Electron Multipliers are durable and efficient detectors of positive and negative ions as well as electrons and photons. PHOTONIS offers over 150 standard and custom designs. PHOTONIS's exclusive detector design provides sustained... (read more)Browse Electron Multipliers Datasheets for PHOTONIS Technologies SAS
Hamamatsu Corporation USA
Electron Tube Division Hamamatsu is a world leader in photonics technology and is constantly engaged in the research of light, photons and their applications. The Electron Tube Division (ETD) of Hamamatsu Photonics, through it's state-of the-art detectors and light sources, strives to support progress in most advanced photonics technologies involving low-light-level and ultra-high speed measurements. The Electron Tube Division has developed and produced a variety of light-related devices that are widely used... (read more)Browse X-ray Instruments and X-ray Systems Datasheets for Hamamatsu Corporation USA
Stafford Manufacturing Corp.
316 Stainless Collars & Couplings Resist Corrosion #8226; Resist harsh chemicals, solvents, detergents, and salt water. • Available in a wide range of styles and sizes. • Ideal for conveyors, drive systems, and mixing and packaging equipment. Stafford's line of 316 stainless steel shaft collars and rigid shaft couplings resist harsh chemicals, solvents, detergents, and salt water. Designed for a wide range of applications in corrosive environments, these collars are offered in 1/4" to 10" I.D. sizes and the rigid couplings come... (read more)Browse Shaft Collars Datasheets for Stafford Manufacturing Corp.
Stainless Tube Heaters Resist Wet Humid Conditions Solaronics Suntube IV Stainless Steel Gas-Fired Infrared Radiant Tube Heaters are proven single-stage heaters that resist wet, humid and corrosive environments. Save up to 75% in energy costs over conventional warm air systems. Suntube IV Stainless Steel heaters use 304L stainless-steel combustion chamber and heat exchangers to resist wet, humid and corrosive environments. Models available with gas inputs from 40,000 to 200,000 BTU/hour and radiant tube lengths from 10 to 70 feet. Heater... (read more)Browse Infrared Heaters Datasheets for Solaronics, Inc.
Stainless Steel Encoders Resist Chemical Attack Now you can prevent costly equipment downtime and replacement by ordering your BEI encoders with a 304 series stainless steel encoder body and bearing housing. This provides exceptional resistance to the corrosive agents often found in wash-down and chemical environments. This option is ideal for use in chemical, petrochemical, food, and medical industries. The H25 is the flagship of the BEI Industrial Encoder Division product line. It offers features such as EMI shielding, 40 lb. dual,... (read more)Browse Encoder and Resolver Signal Conditioners Datasheets for BEI Sensors
Stilwell Baker, Inc.
Electron Microscope Power Supply Redesign Superior Technical Services provides service and maintenance for third- and fourth-generation charged particle equipment, including scanning electron microscopes (SEMs). The original SEM design called for three discreet power supplies. Each of them had a high failure rate due to design problems. Replacement with new OEM versions was too expensive and repair was fraught with numerous logistical problems. To provide their customers a single upgraded replacement power supply, at the same cost... (read more)Browse Electrical and Electronic Design Services Datasheets for Stilwell Baker, Inc.
Takex America, Inc.
Takex Anti-Crawl beams Takex Anti-Crawl beams are designed to be used in the highest security applications, such as Prisons, Military Compounds, Nuclear Facilities, or any other high risk sites where protection is paramount. These beams are designed to be used in conjunction with the Takex PBIN~HF beams, and offer a solution that will catch the most determined of intruders. Welcome to TAKEX America. TAKEX America, Inc. (formerly known as PULNiX Sensors, Inc.) is a World Leader in Security and Industrial... (read more)Browse Photoelectric Sensors Datasheets for Takex America, Inc.
" of the metallized area. prevent the problem from reoccurring. but none was observed in the field. See figure 1. Focused. ion beam (FIB) and scanning electron microscopy (SEM). INTRODUCTION. inspection revealed that the residue was part of the resist. profile in the source/drain electrodes of the FET...
...with a mature electron-beam resist system, and the nature of the defect populations produced by the two CAR candidates is contrasted. The tests described in this article were prompted by the findings of a previous study, which compared ZEP7000, a mature E-beam resist from Zeon (Tokyo), with another...
Here, a tightly focused electron beam cuts a pattern into a chemical film covering a wafer of silicon or a similar substance. Acid then etches away the silicon in places resist has been removed. Cornell uses an alternative method called electrospinning. It forces a liquid polymer through a row...
It is important to fabricate high density and high uniformity nano-structures for the realization of quantum wire lasers. In this work, 1.5um-wavelength GalnAsP/InP quantum wire lasers were fabricated by electron beam (EB) lithography, and wet chemical etching followed by embedding organic metal...
...of contamination by oxygen or nitrogen. Manufacturers get around this problem through a variety of methods, including plasma-arm melting, electron-beam melting, and vacuum induction melting. Because contamination is less of a problem after ingots of the alloy have been made, forging, bar rolling, and extrusion...
...covered in the special sessions are hydrocarbon impurities on the optical surfaces at 157 nm, direct-to-digital holography for wafer defect detection, the effect of a scanned electron beam on an advanced logic device, and SEM inspection of optically invisible defects. The broad-ranging microlithography...
...gamma and electron-beam), and steam autoclaving. Polycarbonate can also be disinfected with common clinical disinfectants, such as isopropyl alcohol. This range of techniques offers the device designer broad flexibility in determining the most cost-effective method for a particular product...
...extreme ultraviolet (soft x-ray) and electron beams, which will reduce exposure wavelengths well below 35-nm dimensions, the smallest node in the roadmap. The fabrication of NGL masks presents old and new challenges that stem from both current and upcoming photomask manufacturing technologies...
...distinguished engineer and "quantum mechanic" at Sun Microsystems. Their specialty: mesoscopic semiconductor structures with bizarre new properties. Tuning Up the Semiconductor. Most materials are either conductors, which permit the free flow of electrons, or insulators, which resist it. Semiconductors...
...requiring maximum chemical resistance to isopropanols and lipids. GS-90, G-20, and G-20 Hiflo are intended for applications requiring clarity, toughness, and rigidity. The compounds withstand gamma, E-beam, and EtO sterilization, and resist most chemicals as well as fatty and oily products. Cyro...
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Effects of Electron Radiation Generated during E-beam Evaporation on a Photoresist Liftoff Process Kezia Cheng, Minh Le, Donald Mitchell, Larry Hanes
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Electron beam Resist Spinners Manual Resist Spinners for coating substrates with electron beam resist.
The future of chip manufacturing - MIT News Office
have long used a technique called electron-beam (or e-beam) lithography to make prototype chips, but standard e-beam lithography is much slower than
Mark L. Schattenburg
He is also the co-inventor of spatial-phase-locked electron-beam lithography (SPLEBL) which led to the world's most accurate electron-beam writer.
Photolithography - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It uses light to transfer a geometric pattern from a photomask to a light-sensitive chemical "photoresist", or simply "resist," on the substrate.
Microelectromechanical systems - Wikipedia, the free...
Electron beam lithography (often abbreviated as e-beam lithography) is the practice of scanning a beam of electrons in a patterned fashion across a
CMI - Center of MicroNanoTechnology
An electron beam lithography system is one that uses a focused beam of electron to create a pattern in an electron sensitive resist.
8/27/2004 I. NTUF EBL Resists and Processing PMMA Resist (950...
Resists and Processing PMMA Resist (950 K PMMA 3%, 6%) Poly(methyl methacrylate) (PMMA) is the most popular e-beam resist, offering extremely
Electron Beam Lithography at the Center for Nanotechnology Electron Beam Lithography ? Pattern Writing system capable of producing fine linewidths ~
Electron beam lithography: Definition from Answers.com
film or resist is placed in the vacuum chamber of a scanning-beam electron microscope and exposed by an electron beam under digital computer control;