diffusion area

diffusion area

[də′fyü·zhən ‚er·ē·ə]
(physics)
One-sixth of the mean-square displacement between the appearance and disappearance of a subatomic particle of a given type.
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3 shows the percentage release of SA through cellulose acetate membrane as a function of applied current amplitude (and hence current density, as the diffusion area is unchanged).
And the reality of space, the network information transmission in space has much more widely diffusion area and spread much shorter, this means network dimension-force can be convenient.
5] by aluminium proceeds in the diffusion area, which means that the slowest stage are diffusion processes in the slag phase.
We believe these systems provide a value-engineered solution that exceeds the metrology requirements for the majority of transparent film processes outside the diffusion area," said Chris Morath, director of metrology product management at Rudolph.
BayView now provides more comprehensive diffusion area summary information.
The joining parameters (temperature, time and joining force) show functional interdependence, which results in the creation of different diffusion areas.
Already implemented in early stages, at IBM's state-of-the-art 300 millimeter (mm) fab facility in East Fishkill, NY, in the photolithography and diffusion areas, ILOG FPO reduced cycle time by up to fifteen percent in those specific areas, and significantly reduced hot lot (urgent order) processing times as well.
Contract notice: Rewrites realization and text translations for museum diffusion areas of the site man from the natural history museum.
18-micron, the extendibility of titanium silicide will diminish, creating a need for alternative materials like cobalt silicide for gate and source/drain diffusion areas.