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electron beam

[i′lek‚trän ‚bēm]
(electronics)
A narrow stream of electrons moving in the same direction, all having about the same velocity.

electron beam

A stream of electrons, or electricity, that is directed towards a receiving object. See electron beam imaging and electron beam lithography.
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E-beam exposure was performed at NEO beam crosslinking facility in Middlefield, OH.
Further, the report states that one of the key challenges in this market is the cyclical nature of the Semiconductor industry that leads to fluctuations in the demand for e-beam wafer inspection systems.
In addition, no manufacturer felt the e-beam system would be reliable enough to be an in-line process.
Automotive design engineers can use this crosslinking process on HDPE tubing and molded parts to provide in-service temperatures as high as 120[degrees]C, E-Beam says, noting that, in comparison, untreated HDPE tubing normally withstands in-service temperatures of approx.
ASELTA is a privately funded French company providing software environment mostly for the e-beam market.
The decision to use gamma or E-beam sterilization is mainly based on the treatment Dose Uniformity Ratio (DUR) requirement.
In addition to enhanced barrier properties, says E-Beam, the crosslinking process provides performance enhancements including increased tensile strength, increased impact resistance, improved resistance to slow crack growth, and reduced rapid crack propagation.
The experience of CEA-Leti in e-beam technology combined with SOKUDO's coat-and-develop track expertise will help secure the necessary process infrastructure for multi e-beam lithography.
JENA, Germany & MAKUHARI, Japan -- Carl Zeiss reports the delivery of the first PROVE[TM] Registration and Overlay Metrology System for photomasks to NuFlare Technology, the world leading supplier of e-beam based maskwriters.
With this expansion, the firm, which utilizes technologies comprising gamma, e-beam, EtO and X-ray sterilization of surgical supplies, committed to creating at least 12 new jobs and retaining 17 more positions over subsequent three years in Butler County.
The Americas: Synergy will start construction on its sixth e-beam facility in the San Francisco North Bay area having secured contracts to underpin the new operation.
It is amenable to solvent bonding or ultrasonic welding and can be sterilized by gamma, E-beam, and ethylene oxide methods.