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  • Fivefactors to Consider When Choosing a Laser Diffraction Particle Size Analyzer (.pdf)
    and the particle size measurement can be false. If the. well dispersed. As illustrated in the figure, the particle size dis-. analyzer has a diode laser, the laser source should be a fibered. tributions for the three sizing modes are similar and each mode. diode so that the laser beam is well
  • Medical Device Link . Lasers Illuminate New Frontiers in Medicine Working on a microscopic level, new laser applications perforate, move, cut, and map human cells.
    can create wounds, they can also map them. In much the same way lasers probe the earth's surface from orbit, laser light is being harnessed to scan the topography of torn human tissue. Using an off-the-shelf diode laser and legacy PC, Daniel Smith, PhD, and his colleagues at the University of Akron
  • Medical Device Link .
    with its own set of output characteristics and unique advantages. For marking small medical devices and implants, the Q-switched solid-state laser is a good choice. It is often called a diode-pumped solid-state (DPSS) laser, and it produces rapidly pulsed output. DPSS lasers are available
  • Realizing Chillers' Capabilities in Laboratories (.pdf)
    or laser diode,. much heat the chiller needs to remove. Another laboratory application is diffusion. depending on the type of laser. pumps, which require a high pressure pump. A number of analytical instruments are. Recirculating Fluid. because they employ small cooling lines. used in laboratories
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    they are assembled under a microscope to components in above-standard sizes. The firm offers in-house engineering, design, mould making, repair services, and cleanroom operations. Custom injection moulding of thermoplastics is also available. Plastics One Inc. Roanoke, VA, USA. Laser diode drivers. A series
  • Medical Device Link .
    device essentially is capable of telling the surgeon when to stop cutting to avoid removing healthy tissue. The system uses microchip-connected sensors to provide "instant feedback to the surgeon" performing the laser procedure, according to the researchers. Conventional lasing methods immerse

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