chemical etching

chemical etching

[′kem·i·kəl ′ech·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
Formation of characteristic surface features when a polished metal surface is etched by suitable reagents.
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Exfoliation of graphene from the Cu constructs will be studied though chemical etching and electrochemical delamination.
AIT says its temporary bonding media has been proven useful in all of the four primary methods for wafer thinning: mechanical grinding, chemical mechanical polishing (CMP), wet etching and atmospheric downstream plasma (ADP), and dry chemical etching (DCE).
Member firms include Advanced Chemical Etching, Barkley Plastics, Brandauer, FW Cables, Grove Design, Mec Com, PP Electrical Systems, Westley Engineering and SMT Developments.
Thickness of the surface layer ablated by the plasma discharge and/or chemical etching is determined by gravimetry.
The combination of mechanical abrasion and chemical etching enable polishing and flattening of wafers before the photolithography stage.
The Midlands Assembly Network is made up of ten companies including Grove Design, Advanced Chemical Etching, Alucast, Barkley Plastics, Brandauer, FW Cables, Mec Com, PP Electrical Systems, Westley Engineering and SMT Developments which is based at Heathcote Industrial Estate, in Warwick.
First established in 2006, the Midlands Assembly Network is made up of eight members including Advanced Chemical Etching, Alucast, Brandauer, Barkley Plastics, FW Cables, PP Electrical Systems, SMT Developments and Westley Engineering.
Important to note: While putting textures on the surfaces of tools for producing such things as instrument panels or trim can be done with chemical etching, according to GF AgieCharmilles that process can produce on the order of three to five layers.
This can include chemical etching, pumice scrubbing, mechanical brushing or the dreaded belt sanding.
Among the topics are effects of surface structure on the behavior of a heating contact line, the mechanistic modeling of dynamic vapor-liquid interfacial tension in complex petroleum fluids, measuring wettability and evaluating cleanliness without substantial cost, modulating the surface properties of reactive polymers by photo-Fries rearrangement, super-hydrophobic aluminum surfaces obtained by chemical etching, and the adsorption of surfactants at hydrophobic and super-hydrophobic solid surfaces.
A variey of chemical treatments such as solvet cleaning, wet chemical etching, and passivation treatments have been employed for modifying the implant surfaces.
Examples of these include air handling equipment, plastic tanks, lab benches and chemical etching equipment.

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