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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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To study the influence of parameters of the electron beam on the properties of the surface layers of the optical glass (K8, K108, etc.
The electron beam gun at stationary position generated oscilating electron beam, whereas the rotary table provided the translation movement along the weld joint.
With broader packaging trends favoring sustainability, more healthful products, and the need to ensure and communicate product safety to consumers, electron beam based sterilization delivers compelling benefits over conventional technologies.
Electron beam equipment VT01 consists of a hermetically sealed chamber within a diameter of 3 m which is in contact in the upper part with a seven-gun electron beam heater (EBH) on a carriage; the lower part there is the modulus of technological equipment and the billets chamber with the brittle mechanism on a moving platform; on two sides there are two loading chamber is in the horizontal position with the feed mechanisms and replaceable charge containers.
In this study, the influence of electron beam radiation dosage on crosslinking in the presence of various coagents was investigated.
From experimental studies there were obtained different empirical formulas for the penetration of an electron beam into matter.
A prototype electron spectrometer that suppresses backscattered events was built and tested with an electron beam.
What's new: Surfi-Sculpt, which uses electron beams to specifically remodel metal surfaces by producing protrusions and intrusions, or holes.
Careful consideration of these factors is crucial for optimizing electron beam technology and destroying bacteria in food.
To learn more about the Texas A & M Electron Beam Food Research Facility go to http://ifse.
company dedicated exclusively to developing electron beam and X-ray irradiation systems.
Specifically, this patent recognizes SureBeam's double-sided, single-pass electron beam technology that minimizes processing time and provides higher quality as a result.

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