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PHE-1478 / PHE-1479   OMEGA Engineering, Inc. pH Electrodes OMEGA's glass-bodied, refillable (RF), combination pH electrodes are for general purpose laboratory measurements. The inert nature of the glass body allows these electrodes to be used in aqueous and non-aqueous solutions at temperatures up to 110C. The PHE-1479 has a ceramic liquid junction...
PER INVASIX DWG ASAP Semiconductor SURON Not Provided 10 Pin RF Electrode
AM455SW140   Anatech Microwave Company RF Band Pass Filters . Electrical signals are converted to a mechanical wave in a device constructed of a piezoelectric crystal or ceramic. The wave is delayed as it propagates across the device before being converted back to an electrical signal by further electrodes. The delayed outputs are recombined to produce...

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  • Medical Device Link . The Next Wave in Minimally Invasive Surgery Research is heating up in the area of RF, microwave, and high-frequency ultrasound for use in therapeutic devices.
    are applied through electrodes that must contact the target tissue directly. The underlying principles are pretty straightforward, according to Kevin Larkin, vice president of operations and marketing at Fidus Medical Technology (Fremont, CA). In RF ablation, for example, "You take a
  • Radio Frequency Drying Systems
    In radio frequency drying systems, such as RF ovens, an RF generator creates an alternating electric field between two electrodes. The material to be processed in the radio frequency drying system is conveyed or placed into the RF oven between the electrodes where the alternating energy causes
  • Medical Device Link .
    of the device. Although the electrode used to deliver RF energy has an insulated covering, 90% or more of this insulation is outside the user's viewing range. It has been reported that the incidence of recognized injuries for laparoscopic surgeries is between one and two patients per 1000 operations
  • Weighing Single Atoms?
    Recent research in nanoelectromechanical systems (NEMS) has focused on tiny RF oscillators built from silicon rods. But replacing the silicon rod with a carbon nanotube let Cornell University researchers shrink the oscillators even further and make them more durable and sensitive to mass changes

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