carbon film


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carbon film

[¦kär·bən ′film]
(analytical chemistry)
Carbon deposited by evaporation onto a specimen to protect and prepare it for electron microscopy.
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It also reduces carbon defects such as lustrous carbon, which occurs when liquefied polymer is trapped between the metal and coating, causing a carbon film on the casting surface.
Other carbon-based technologies include carbon film resistors, carbon pile resistors, and resistors printed directly onto PCB substrates.
Despite its impermeability to all atoms and molecules, the slim carbon film known as graphene allows protons to pass through it, new experiments reveal.
The solar cell's scaffolding was made using a double layer of titanium dioxide and zirconium dioxide covered by a porous carbon film and amino acid templating agent was used to promote the pervoskite nucleation and crystal growth within the pores .
Also, as more pallets are wrapped per roll of Alloy or Carbon film, less downtime is incurred by the need to change the film roll in applications where pallet wrapping machinery is used.
Consolidation of the bracket type flooring tile at Bridge 9 D using carbon film as part of the extension of the ring road.
3], sub-micron diamond-like carbon film and a micrometer thick nickel and tungsten disulphide composite film (Ni-[WS.
a plasma and diamond-like carbon film coating company, has developed its newest film coating technology for touch panel glass that resists smudging and fingerprints, with the cost-efficient, nano technology also able to resist rust, stain and acid.
ARMOR was one of the first companies to manufacture carbon film, then to launch ribbon cassettes for typewriters and subsequently printers, and finally to introduce thermal transfer technology into Europe in the early 1980s.
the the removal of the newlyformed carbon film from the surface of the blade tools, resulted in the formation of carbides of the type Me6C (in the activated surface layer) based on tungsten and the rhenium in the process of high-temperature ageing at 10 30[degress]C, 4 h.
When a carbon film contains a large percentage of sp3 (diamond) bonded carbon atoms relative to the sp2 (graphitic) carbon, it also starts to demonstrate these advantageous properties.
For this purpose, particles were deposited onto Cu grids, which support a "holey" carbon film.