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    Vacuum Tubes - (26 companies)
    Vacuum tubes are electronic components used to amplify, switch, modify and/or create analog signals by controlling the movement of electrons in low-pressure spaces. These components are used in electronics and can also be referred to as electron...
    ESR/EPR Tubes - (2 companies)
    ESR/EPR tubes hold samples in ESR or EPR spectrometers. They are thin glass walled tubes, uniformly thick, that produce low background noise. ESR/EPR tubes hold samples in ESR or EPR spectrometers. They are thin glass walled tubes, uniformly thick...
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    Vacuum Sensors - (114 companies)
    ...ions are similar to vacuum tubes. The relationship between the ion current and the filament is a nearly linear function of molecular density (pressure). The operating principle is the same as a vacuum tube gauge. However, the plate is substituted...
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    Vacuum Cleaners - (312 companies)
    Image Credit: State Vacuum. Central vacuum system. A central vacuum system (CVS) defines the package of tubes, wall inlets, and accessories connected to a vacuum power unit to collect dust and other elements. Image Credit: Latta Equipment Company...
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    Tube Fittings - (1106 companies)
    Tube fittings connect runs of tubing for in-line, offset, multi-port, and mounting configurations to other tubing sections, pipe, hose, and other fluid transfer components. Tube fittings connect runs of tubing (for in-line, offset, multi-port...
    Vacuum Pumps and Vacuum Generators - (817 companies)
    ...and the properties of a liquid or gas flowing through a tube or pipe. Venturi or fluid jet vacuum generators rely on a flow of compressed air, gas, or liquid as the "motive" fluid to pull or create a vacuum at a desired port. They contain no moving parts...
    ESR/EPR Spectrometers - (7 companies)
    ESR/EPR Spectrometers measure the spectrum produced by the magnetic energy level transitions of electrons having a net spin and orbital angular momentum. The spectrum obtained can be used to characterize the material being analyzed. How To Select...
    Microwave Tubes - (7 companies)
    ...are vacuum electron devices and are generally used in master oscillator power amplifiers. Other microwave tubes are commonly available. There are several ways in which microwave tubes function. A microwave tube works on the principle of velocity...
    Test Tubes - (113 companies)
    Test tubes are handheld tubes are used for mixing or heating chemicals in a laboratory. They are open at the top and rounded at the bottom, and usually made of glass or plastic materials How to Select Test Tubes. Image Credit: Small Parts, Inc. Test...
    Cores and Tubes - (38 companies)
    Cores and tubes are made of paper, plastic or metal and are used for mailing, shipping, material handling, and product display. Cores and tubes are used for mailing, shipping, material handling, and product display. Types. Product types include...

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  • Vaulter Clinical dictionary
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  • Markers of inflammation as determinants of mortality in intensive care unit patients
    Plasma samples were harvested in citrated vacuum tubes and were placed in melting ice. sured through a nephelometric method (Beckman Coulter, Fullerton, Calif) and ESR by the conventional Westergreen method (Sedimatic … … calculated with the use of Technicon Dax 48 and the Biotrol Diagnostic (Equal Diagnostics Inc., Exton, Pa … decrease in vital protein storage, decreased protein synthesis, or increased protein .
  • Electronics :: NASA Tech Briefs
    Posted in Products, Electronics, Diagnostics on Tuesday, 01 March 2011 … with independent adjust of each; three simultaneous screen displays (e.g. surgical image, vital signs); and a … It is suitable for medical devices such as MRI coils, and offers low ESR , high Q, high … Tubing & Hose Buying Tips … According to a forum, NASA has successfully tested its electromagnetic (EM) drive in a vacuum .
  • Vaulters lexicon diagnosis & therapy
    … reaches; technique: by an incandescent cathode, that are accelerated electrons emitted in the vacuum through electromagnetic fields … … today as the general inflammatory defense reaction of the organism understood that is essential for the overcoming … The diagnosis of corresponding disorders includes an engmaschiges hemodynamic Monitoring of the organ function [blood pressure, heart rate, urine production]. Elekltrolnenlspinlrelsolnanzlspekltrolskolpief is drawn: Syn: ESR spectroscopy, paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy; spectroscopy, the artificially generated paramagnetic resonance measure; principle … … of the deriving urinary tract, in particular the closure musculature of bubble and urethra by, e.g …
  • New carbon materials
    For production of uniform Komposite, the efficient methods for the Deaggregierung of the nano tubes are to find it therefore necessary . … solution of the polymer (e.g. in chloroform) and following removal of the solvent in the vacuum . The nano-tubes-peptide-conjugates have also for the diagnosis favorable properties. Therefore, a very strong ESR signal had to be observed.
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  • ASTM MNL58 - Petroleum Refining and Natural Gas Processing
    Fault Diagnosis Abnormality Detection Disturbance Detection Controller Diagnostics Classifier Changes … • • • • • spent filtering clays Coke (coking fines) from equipment tubes , towers, and other … … • Oil emulsions formed in barometric condensers used to create reduced pressures in vacuum distillation units (not … … the multifarious environmental issues of pollution and climate-change-inducing emissions, it is vital for refiners to … … Tynan, E.C., and Yen, T.F., “General Purpose Computer Program for Exact ESR Spectrum Calculations with …
  • Encyclopedia of Intensive Care Medicine
    Despite recent advances in diagnostics and treatment, the mortality of ARDS is still unacceptably high, ranging between … Measure vital signs and level of consciousness Chest Tube Drainage of Associated Pneumothorax or Hemothorax, VATS The interpretation of GRV should never be done in a vacuum , without paying attention to clinical signs … Inflammatory markers such as C reactive protein and ESR are commonly raised, although these are not specific.
  • Progress in Power and Electrical Engineering
    … specifically to meet the high speed industrial needs,such as data integrity,high throughput,and easier diagnostics . Therefore, in order to maintain stable and safe operation of substation, it’s vital to guarantee the grounding … … of the deposits blocked the anode reactor, cooled resistor and the cooling circuit tube of the valve … When the new oil was injected into the transformers, it must be vacuum -injected by vacuum oil … However, when the power loss is to be calculated, the ESR and switch frequency should be considered.
  • Fundamentals of Pediatric Surgery
    … joint above and below− Total body bone scan− Chest CT− Laboratory studies: CBC, ESR , CRP, Bun, Creatinine− Complications may occur due to extensive size, involve- ment of vital structures, bleeding, ulceration, secondary infection, platelet … Typically, I will apply a vacuum -assisted wound dressing, which is usually simple for the nursing staff … … hypoplasia or absence is sometimes iatrogenic, due to neonatal surgery (central lines, chest tubes or thoracotomy, Fig … … 1) genetic and obstetrical counseling, (2) state-of-the-art imaging and interventional diagnostics available in one …

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