gas ionization

gas ionization

[¦gas ‚ī·ə·nə′zā·shən]
(electronics)
Removal of the planetary electrons from the atoms of gas filling an electron tube, so that the resulting ions participate in current flow through the tube.
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Its surgical product uses a gas ionization process that produces a stable, focused beam of ionized gas that provides surgeons with greater precision, minimal invasiveness and an absence of conductive currents through the patient during surgery.
The authors show that this apparent discrepancy is the result of gas ionization in the surrounding gas and its effect on the surface charge density of the jet.
The J-Plasma technology utilizes a gas ionization process creating a ultra-violet beam which allows the surgeon to control temperatures and intensities, resulting in precision, minimal invasiveness and an absence of conductive currents during a medical procedure.
The visual beam is formed from ambient gas ionization produced by the scattered electrons.
Various methods were used and ranged from hydrocarbon sniffers to gas ionization methods.
The technology utilizes a gas ionization process producing a stable thin focused beam of ionized helium gas that can be controlled in a wide range of temperatures and intensities, providing the surgeon greater precision, minimal invasiveness and an absence of conductive currents during surgery.
The technology utilizes a gas ionization process producing a stable thin focused beam of ionized gas that can be controlled in a wide range of temperatures and intensities, providing the surgeon greater precision, minimal invasiveness and an absence of conductive currents during surgery.