high vacuum


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high vacuum

[′hī ¦vak·yüm]
(physics)
A vacuum with a pressure between 1 × 10-3 and 1 × 10-6 mmHg (0.1333224 and 0.0001333 pascal).
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Metallurgical High Vacuum Corporation is a vital supplier in the vacuum technology industry.
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More is not better--too high vacuum levels on lower vacuum rolls can cause edge flip with single-tier dryers.
This oil film, incidentally, may serve as a sealing medium and is generally needed to produce a high vacuum.
However, the metal is known to be quite reactive if clean, single crystals can be obtained in a high vacuum.
Because this process occurs in a high vacuum, parts are completely solid, without imperfections caused by oxidation.