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  • Physical properties of CdS/ITO thin films growth by CBD technique with substrate oscillating agitation
    =2.53x10-6 W-m and EgITO=3.6 eV). A typical chemical bath concentration reported in the literature formed by 0.02 M cadmium chloride (80 ml), 1.5 M ammonium nitrate (80 ml), 0.5 M potassium hydroxide (200 ml), and 0.2 M thiourea (80 ml) at 348 ± 2 K of temperature was used in all chemical baths. A total
  • Ice Point Calibration
    water, and shaved or crushed clear ice ( <2mm pieces) made from distilled water. The bath should have enough water to provide good thermal contact with the thermometers, but not enough to float the ice. The spaces between ice particles must be filled with water (no air pockets) and the ice must
  • Calibration Primer (.pdf)
    , generates sensor output. Signal references. and simulators can often read as well as generate signals. Because fluidized baths provide safe, rapid heat transfer and accurate temperature. control, they are useful in calibrating temperature-sensitive instruments. The fluidized. sand bath temperature probe
  • Application of pre-acidification
    pump, to maintain fluidisation of the sludge, and was submerged in a warmed (37oC) water bath. An UASB was selected because of the availability of the active UASB sludge and because of the technological advantages of this type of reactor pointed out by Lee et al. (1993). Aerobic treatment
  • White Paper- Calculating Total Uncertainty of Temperature Calibration with a Dry Block
    . These components are relevant to all manufacturers’ dry. use as well as models that deliver near bath-level stability in. blocks. Some manufacturers specify these components and. laboratory use. some do not. • There are also some work safety issues that favor dry blocks. It is possible to use a dry