In planetary science, a cold trap
is a region that's so cold, the water vapor and other volatiles which come into contact with the surface will remain stable for an extended period of time, perhaps up to several billion years.
A built-in cold trap
provides high levels of solvent recovery, even with volatile organic solvents.
10 m of the Reactor Building (BR), - the creation of a PF300 / 400 Cold Trap
Handling System Floor level of room 01211, level -6.
One of nitrogen's roles on Earth is to help form a low-temperature layer in the atmosphere that water can't get past, called a cold trap
8226; Plans for polar cold trap
craters, skylights, and peaks investigations
This allows operation without any cold trap
, and thus reduces the total cost of ownership.
Included in the unit is the Concentrator and a -50degC Cold Trap
to help protect the vacuum pump from corrosive effects of vapors and fumes as they evaporate from the samples.
The basic components of the microwave extraction system include a microwave source, waveguides to deliver the energy to the soft, and a cold trap
to capture the water vapor.
Also unique to these concentrators is SpeedTrap, a frost-free, refrigerated cold trap
that minimizes the traditional time required to dispose of removed solvent.
A simple cold trap
interposed between the process chamber and the pump to condense the gases might suffice to keep them out of the pump.
Assembling thousands of ions in a cold trap
produces the equivalent of a one-component plasma -- a collection of charged particles, all with the same mass and charge, embedded in a uniform, oppositely charged background.
Genevac's miVac SpeedTrap cold trap
can now be used for freeze drying or configured as a combined concentration/freeze drying workstation.