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  • Alpha Ionization for Neutralizing Sensitive Components in Tight Confines
    Ionization - the most common type of. ionizer used in high technology manufacturing. Ions are created at sharp pointed electrodes. biased to high voltage ( 5,000-20,000 V). The. intense electric field at these emitter tips creates. ions and expels them from
  • Electrolytic Tilt Sensor Technical Info Overview
    Tracking Systems. >> Tilt Sensor Application Notes. >> Tilt Sensor Product Selection Guide. Mechanical Inclinometer. >> Slip / Ball Bank Indicators. Vacuum Measurement & Control. >> Vacuum Measurement (TELEVAC). >> Hot Ionization Gauges (ETI). Custom Capabilities. >> Stems. >> Glass-to-Metal Seals
  • Ion Energy Distributions for a DC Plasma (.pdf)
    , which is generally part, or all of, the cathode electrode. It is important in plasma discharges, especially in ionization assisted deposition systems, to know the relationship between the ion energy transportation and the cathode fall length (or cathode sheath). This can help to optimise the plasma
  • Supplying High Purity Gases (.pdf)
    Selecting the most effective source for high purity gases is a critical issue for laboratory managers. Zero Air and hydrogen are used for gas chromatography with flame ionization detection (GC-FID), and nitrogen is used for high performance liquid chromatography or gas chromatography with mass
  • Supplying High-Purity Gases: Making a Case for In-House Gas Generators (.pdf)
    Selecting the most effective source for high-purity gases is a critical issue for laboratory managers. Zero air and hydrogen are used for gas chromatography with flame ionization detection (GC-FID), and nitrogen is used for high-performance liquid chromatography or gas chromatography with mass
  • Mass Spectroscopy of Metastable Atomic Species in Gas Analysis and Processing Plasmas at High Spectrometer Source Pressures
    data from neutral gases and plasmas in a range of gas mixtures which include helium, krypton or argon are shown. The majority of the. data presented consist of electron impact threshold ionization efficiency curves obtained by scanning the energy of the electrons in the QMS source. The results
  • Electrolytic Tilt Sensor Selection
    . >> Tilt Sensor Product Selection Guide. Mechanical Inclinometer. >> Slip / Ball Bank Indicators. Vacuum Measurement & Control. >> Vacuum Measurement (TELEVAC). >> Hot Ionization Gauges (ETI). Custom Capabilities. >> Stems. >> Glass-to-Metal Seals. >> Custom Glass Forming. >> Filaments. >> Dampers
  • Vacuum Measurements Using Modern Cold Cathode Technology
    measure-. series of magnetic field improvements and. gauge. Figure 2 illustrates a basic invert-. ment technology; clarify some of the. electrode placements. Each step of the. ed magnetron ionization cell. A cathode. myths such as starting/ignition, measure-. evolution improved on the previous design

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