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Semiconductor Equipment Repair Services - (45 companies)...semiconductor equipment repair services repair, rebuild or refurbish adhesive or sealant dispensing equipment; die sorting equipment; material handling, feeding and sorting equipment; imprinting and marking equipment; pick and place equipment; robots; surface... Learn More
Vacuum Traps, Getters, and Filters - (80 companies)Vacuum traps, vacuum getters and vacuum filters are used to remove tramp gases with a cooled surface, molecular sieve, filtration, or other processes. Vacuum Traps, Getters and Filters Information. Vacuum traps and vacuum filters are used to remove... Learn More
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CAMERON Valves & Measurement
ORBIT® in Molecular Sieve Dehydration The molecular sieve dehydration unit is an important process in any plant that uses natural gas as a feed stock. These units are critical in drying natural gas and the processes that follow such as the extraction of Natural Gas Liquids and the production of Liquefied Natural Gas. Switching valves are vital to the proper and efficient operation of these molecular sieve dehydration units. Common issues have been identified that, if understood and addressed in a timely fashion, can help... (read more)Browse Ball Valves Datasheets for CAMERON Valves & Measurement
InCon Process Systems
InCon's Molecular Distillation System... InCon's Laboratory Short Path Distillation System is a small Molecular Distillation System for R &D facilities. It is invaluable in developing formulations, generating products and proving process separations involving Molecular Distillation Technology. Since small quantities of the materials are required, this versatile tool provides the means for isolating small quantities of your formulation for evaluation. The Single Stage Distillation Plant runs at 0.1 to 2.0 liters per hour... (read more)
Can-Do National Tape
Ultra High Molecular Weight Material Ultra high molecular weight film tapes have a low coefficient of friction and are wear resistant. They may be used to replace PTFE, and they provide a smooth surface. They allow material to glide, without friction, and may line shutes in certain production processes. Other applications include the base of skis and snowboards. Thickness: 5-20 mil. Width: custom slit. Length: 18-36 yards (read more)
Alpine Bearing, Inc.
Turbo Molecular Pump Ball Bearings Combining incredible high rates of speed with challenging atmospheric conditions, turbo molecular pumps push bearings to new extremes. Alpine Bearing has worked together with world class manufacturers to develop replacement bearings for both ball bearing and magnetic levitation (mag-lev) turbo molecular pumps. Our special features include: Ceramic balls. Nitrogen alloy steel (Chronidur). Riveted phenolic retainers. Lubrication assisting retainers. Full compliment upper and lower safety bearings... (read more)Browse Ball Bearings Datasheets for Alpine Bearing, Inc.
NanoAndMore USA Corp.
Nano eNabler Molecular Printing System™ surfaces with ultra-micro spot sizes ranging from 20 microns to 1 micron, and in the nanometer range to 250 nm. Ultramicro- or nanoarrays of up to 10-50 domains or more can readily be produced and can subsequently be used as ultraminiature test sites for biomolecular interactions. The Nano eNabler ™ benchtop molecular printer is a new and enabling technology for ultramicro- and nanoscale fluid delivery. It is a versatile platform capable of delivering attoliter to femtoliter (10-18 to 10-15... (read more)Browse Microscopes Datasheets for NanoAndMore USA Corp.
InCon Process Systems
Need Efficiency in Lab Molecular Distillation? InCon Process Systems helps you quickly isolate the formulations that you require. Do you have custom formulations that you must be sampled to customers to secure new higher profit specialty business?. Need to get the look and feel of Molecular Distillation Process without spending $15,000 for a Pilot Plant Test or $175,000 for a Custom Pilot Plant?. If you do, this is the system that we use every day at InCon. Here is what our customers tell us: “We use this system just about every day... (read more)Browse Biotechnology and Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Services Datasheets for InCon Process Systems
InCon Process Systems
InCon Molecular Distillation; Synthetic Oil Resins silicone, epoxy, citrus oil, mint oil, spice extracts. Our client's cannot cost justify investment in an in-house Molecular or Short Path Distillation Plant or the modest volumes dictate toll processing or contract manufacturing. InCon has private label toll processing for Cranberry extract, Blueberry extract, Omega 3 fish oil or fatty acids, CLA and creatine. We generate high concentrations or special blends thru a hybrid process called short path high vacuum distillation. Often we are asked... (read more)Browse Contract Manufacturing Services Datasheets for InCon Process Systems
Total Plastics, Inc.
UHMW (Ultra High Molecular Weight Polyethylene) Color: Natural. Description: UHMW (Ultra High Molecular Weight Polyethylene) performs well under the most rigorous conditions of wear and environment because of its unique combination of physical and mechanical properties. Not only does it have the highest known impact strength of any thermoplastic currenty available, but it offers high resistance to abrasion. UHMW has a very low coefficient of friction and extremely low moisture absorption, making it ideal for industrial wear... (read more)Browse Plastic Plate, Rod, and Stock Shapes Datasheets for Total Plastics, Inc.
UltraHigh Molecular Weight Polyethylene (UHMW-PE) What makes UHMW-PE such a distinctive and useful material? It's the combination of excellent properties - outstanding abrasion resistance, superior impact resistance, non-sticking and self-lubricating properties and excellent mechanical properties, even in cryogenic conditions. UHMW-PE is an extremely high viscosity polymer that is produced in the form of a powder and has an average particle size diameter typically ranging from 100-200 microns. As a result of its viscosity, it generally cannot... (read more)
Agilent Technologies - Life Sciences and Chemical Analysis Divisions
Turbo-V 750 TwisTorr Pump - Powerful and Compact Powerful, Compact Turbo Molecular Pump. The Turbo-V 750 TwisTorr pump offers the highest pumping speeds in its category for all gases. Utilizing leading-edge TwisTorr technology, the pump achieves the highest compression ratios for light gases in a commercially available turbo molecular pump. Even with offering the highest performance to date, average power consumption by this new drag section design is reduced by at least 20% compared with previous designs. Agilent is proud to bring you... (read more)Browse Rotary Vane Vacuum Pumps and Systems Datasheets for Agilent Technologies - Life Sciences and Chemical Analysis Divisions
Gary P. Henricksen and Mark T. Martin olecular imprinting is becoming increasingly recognized as a technique for the ready preparation of polymeric materials containing recognition sites of predetermined specificity. The technique of molecular imprinting allows the formation of specific recognition...
...have our molecular imprinting chemistry. It's a good combination of two different technologies." Chemical agents on the surface of the probe attract and bond target molecules. White light is selectively absorbed by the target chemicals, if they are present. The absorbed wavelength of light, called...
...sources," Turner says. Some work has focused on molecular imprinting. This involves making a nonbiological imprint of a molecule that will remain stable yet exhibit some of the same shape and binding characteristics of the original. Other research works with biomimicry, a specialty of Turner's...
...provide high sensitivity and selectivity for molecular recognition while maintaining excellent thermal and mechanical stability. MIPs have been demonstrated to be extremely selective for the agents and related pesticides in water and organic matrices, with detection limits in the low parts per trillion3...
Effective and reliable diagnosis is an essential tool in medical practice. The convergence of new technologies such as biology, materials science, information technology, molecular chemistry and microelectronics has been revolutionising developments in diagnostics. New knowledge and the ability...
) are by far the most common methods used in the industry, but limitations exist with each. Steam exposes devices to high heat and humidity. Irradiation can change the molecular makeup of plastics and silicones in an undesirable manner. Ethylene oxide requires off-gassing that is time-consuming with some...
...requirements for nontoxicity and biocompatibility. The company's plasma-gas treatment eliminates surface contamination and ensures adhesion for medical-grade inks applied to a variety of substrates. The treated substrate contains molecular hooks to which medical-grade ink molecules attach during...
...is attempting to exploit the process of reduction in entropy, described as a measure of the number of possible molecular arrangements in a material. They indicate that this process occurs as a result of miniaturization. The researchers recently reported that, for the first time, highly dissimilar polymers...
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Molecular imprinting - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Molecular imprinting From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The term "molecular imprinting" is also used to mean genetic imprinting.
Category:Molecular genetics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Molecular genetics is the field of biology which studies the structure and function of genes at a molecular level.
Imprinting Sorbents | Society of Plastics Engineers
they call "molecular imprinting", which is a method of preparing polymers by polymerizing monomers around "print molecules". Molecular imprinting of
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Molecular diagnosis of a new genetic syndrome
Plastic Antibodies: Recent Advances in Molecular Imprinting |...
will provide an introduction to molecular imprinting and focus on recent developments, including epitope imprinting, a general strategy for
Anal Bioanal Chem (2007) 389:399?404 DOI...
Chem (2007) 389:399?404 DOI 10.1007/s00216-007-1327-7 REVIEW Molecular imprinting of peptides and proteins in aqueous media Daniel S. Janiak & Peter
Wiley-VCH - Komiyama, Makoto / Takeuchi, Toshifumi / Mukawa,...
Books | Polymer Science & Technology | Polymer Synthesis | Molecular Imprinting
Challenges for the effective molecular imprinting of proteins
Title: Challenges for the effective molecular imprinting of proteins Authors: Ellen Verheyen, Joris P. Schillemans, Martin van Wijk, Marie-Astrid
Recent developments in the molecular imprinting of proteins
Recent developments in the molecular imprinting of proteins Authors: David E. Hansen Abstract: Molecular imprinting is an inexpensive method for the
DSpace@MIT : Molecular imprinting and ionic crossliking in...
Molecular imprinting and ionic crossliking in polymer gels Molecular imprinting and ionic crossliking in polymer gels