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Supplier: Linde North America, Inc.
Description: Neon is a rare atmospheric gas which is odorless, colorless, tasteless, nontoxic, monatomic and chemically inert. Neon gas is principally shipped and used in gaseous form for excimer lasers, plasma displays, light bulbs, neon signs, and R & D laboratories.
- Applications: Laser Gas, Other
- Noble Gases: Neon
- Composition: Pure Gas
- Concentration: 10 to 100 %
Supplier: Radwell International, Inc.
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- Lamp Type: Halogen Lamps
Supplier: Brooks Instrument
Description: The 8601 Pressure Regulator features a compact design that is suitable for line or panel mounting. It has a pressure gauge connection and bubble-tight shut-off to 100 psi. The stainless steel inlet filter element is replaceable and the product is UL listed (Aluminum body only) as compressed gas
- Device Category: Controller, Other
- Sensor Technology: Piston
- Pressure Reading: Gauge
- Material to Measure: Liquid, Gas
Supplier: Compressed Gas Association (CGA)
Description: company safety requirements. The most common industrial gases that are transported, handled, and stored as cryogenic liquids are oxygen, nitrogen, argon, hydrogen, and helium. Three rare atmospheric gases, neon, krypton, and xenon, are also transported, handled, and stored as cryogenic liquids
Supplier: Linde North America, Inc.
Description: , odorless, tasteless and nontoxic gas. Argon, along with helium, neon, krypton, xenon and radon is also known as a "rare" gas. Argon forms no known chemical compounds. The gas is 1.38 times heavier than air and is slightly soluble in water. Argon is present in the atmosphere at a concentration of 0.93%
- Applications: Electronic and Semiconductor, Laser Gas, Welding / Thermal Process Gas, Other
- Noble Gases: Argon
- Composition: Pure Gas
- Concentration: 100 to 100 %
Supplier: OMEGA Engineering, Inc.
Description: The R44 Series are industrial pressure regulators for use with compressed air and inert gases such as carbon dioxide, argon helium, krypton, neon nitrogen and xenon. The R83 models are for primary high pressure regulation, while the R44 models are for secondary low pressure regulation
- Media: High Purity Gas, Other
- Valve Size: 1.5 inch
- Pressure Rating: 250 psi
- Connection: Threaded
Supplier: Dexter Research Center, Inc.
Description: Features: A single-channel silicon-based thermopile with very high output for its small 0.6mm x 0.6mm active area in a small TO-18 package. Delivers a very fast 12ms time constant in Argon encapsulation gas and even faster with Neon gas at 9ms.Delivers a very low Temperature Coefficient
- Operating Temperature: -58 to 212 F
- Responsivity: 74.9 mV/µW
- Detectivity: 1.17 10^8cmHz^(½)/W
- Device Category: Sensor / Transducer
Description: Spectral lamps are discharge lamps that emit the line spectrum of inert gases and metal vapors with high luminous density or radiance. They are utilized wherever a line spectrum or monochromatic radiation is required; primarily in the fields of optics, radiation physics, spectroscopy, chemistry and
- Lamp Type: Spectral Lamps
- Lamp Power: 15 to 55 watts
Standards and Technical Documents - Mollier chart of the thermodynamic properties of argon-free air in dissociation equilibrium: T = 100 K to T = 6 000 K. -- AERO 00.01.12Supplier: IHS ESDU
Description: equilibrium and that the perfect gas laws apply to each component. Where appropriate the effects of the onset of liquefaction are taken into account. The data were extracted from three sources and relate to mixtures of nitrogen, oxygen, argon, carbon dioxide and, in one case, neon. Comparisons where
Supplier: S & F Supplies, Inc.
Description: of gas volume will be used rather than approximately 80% when utilizing the glass flasks. The EGL Gas Transfer System provides uninterrupted flow of pure Neon, Argon or special gas mixtures into tubes for neon signs, cold cathode, etc. A precision-made filling valve eliminates the use of two glass
- Application: Gas
Supplier: MAXPRO Technologies, Inc.
Description: gas boosters will compress gases such as nitrogen and argon up to 21,750 psi, while oxygen can be compressed up to 5,000 psi using special seals and cleaning procedures. A wide variety of other gases can be compressed including hydrogen, natural gas, ethylene, nitrous oxide, neon, carbon dioxide
- Drive Type: Pneumatic
- Maximum Output Pressure: 1450 psi
- Pressure Intensification Factor: 5
- Bore Size - LP Inlet: 0.5000 inch
Supplier: Pyott-Boone Electronics (PBE Group)
Description: The Model 5000 was designed to handle high energy voltage transients and noise at the input, 120 VAC, of sensitive electronic and electrical equipment. It employs the three major methods of protection, i.e. snubber, G-MOV, gas discharge tube and a neon light in an ionized state. It works instantly
- Signal Protection: Dataline and DC Signal
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Haskel International LLC
Inert Gas Booster Systems
gases down to as low as 150 psi or vaporized liquid (cryogenic) supplies while producing pressures as high as 39,000 psi depending on gas type. Units are standard or custom-built in a variety of configurations. Users of gases above normal cylinder pressures, or those requiring continuous high pressure and wanting to utilize most of the cylinder supply, have a requirement for a Booster. Gas booster compressors are suitable for transfer and pressurization of: Nitrogen (N2) - Neon (Ne) - Hydrogen... (read more)
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How a helium neon gas laser works
The Helium Neon laser is one of the most economical and commonly used gas lasers on the market. The. laser is typically designed to operate in the red at 632.8nm, although many users find it beneficial in the. green at 543.5nm, yellow at 594.1nm, orange at 611.9nm, and in the infrared at 1523
Advantages of Semiconductor Laser Diodes Versus Helium Neon Gas Lasers
Although HeNe gas lasers offer exceptional reliability and optical quality, users are quickly replacing them in their OEM applications with semiconductor laser diode technology. Laser diode modules offer many physical and electronic advantages over HeNe lasers. HeNe gas lasers provide superior
output, stability, and life span, are non-trivial). The gas fill is a mixture of helium and neon gas at low pressure. A pair of mirrors - one totally reflective (called the High Reflector or HR), the other partially reflective (called the Output Coupler or OC) at the wavelength of the laser's output
MICRO: Ultrapure Gas Delivery - Karwacki (February 2001)
in excimer lasers is critical to the industry. While the actual amount of fluorine fueling a laser is typically <0.2% by volume, it is usually delivered to the laser at concentrations between 1 and 5% and then diluted at the point of use by rare gases such as krypton or argon in neon. Although gas costs
Planar White Paper: Plasma Displays
monochrome plasma displays were manufactured and marketed in the 1970's and 1980's. The monochrome plasma displays were based on the orange-red emission of a neon gas discharge. Color plasma displays were introduced in the 1990's, with the development of photoluminescent phosphor materials
Teccor Thyristors for Ignition of Fluorescent Lamps (.pdf)
eliminates any audible noise or flashing off and on which most mechanical starters possess. The standard starter assembly is a glow switch mechanism with option small capacitor in parallel. (Figure AN1010.1). The glow switch is made in a small glass bulb containing neon or argon gas. Inside the bulb
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Lasers and Optoelectronics: Fundamentals, Devices and Applications
Each cell is filled with a xenon and neon gas mixture.
Portable neon purification system
Neon gas replaces air in the Ring Imaging Cherenkov .
Extreme ultraviolet diagnosis of a neutral-beam-heated mirror machine
Schematic of the neon gas puffing experiment.
Intense atomic and molecular beams via neon buffer-gas cooling
We show that the use of neon as a buffer gas leads to beams with more slow atoms or molecules than helium-based beams, even though the neon gas is at a significantly higher temperature (due to vapor pressure constraints).
Intense Atomic and Molecular Beams via Neon Buffer Gas Cooling
We show that the use of neon as a buﬀer gas leads to beams with more slow atoms or molecules than helium-based beams, even though the neon gas is .
(ii) Neon gas filling inlet of the 20 K buffer chamber of the cold cell.
Photo-pumped x-ray laser research on Saturn
A neon gas cell is placed with its side window 18 mm from the pinch axis, just outside of the pinch current return posts.
Uncertainty Quantification of Calculated Temperatures for the AGR-1 Experiment
The tests are instrumented with thermocouples (TCs) embedded in graphite blocks, and the target quantity (fuel/graphite temperature) is regulated by the helium- neon gas mixture that fills the gap volume (Maki, 2009).
Gas Generation from K East Basin Sludges - Series I Testing
Although both systems were purged with neon gas multiple times before beginning the run, KC-4 Dup contained about seven times more residual air than KC-4.
Gas Generation from K East Basin Sludges and Irradiated Metallic Uranium Fuel Particles Series III Testing
The reaction vessels were sealed, connected to the manifold system, and purged (multiple purges) with neon gas to remove air, then heated to the target conditions.