molecular beam


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molecular beam

[mə′lek·yə·lər ′bēm]
(physics)
A beam of neutral molecules whose directions of motion lie within a very small solid angle.
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Advertised is a complete system for molecular beam epitaxy of group III arsenides and antimonides.
Contract award: complete system for molecular beam epitaxy.
The California scientists build even more intricate structures, called quantum-well-wire arrays, by using molecular beam epitaxy to lay down vertically and sometimes horizontally alternating layers of gallium arsenide and less conductive materials, in this case aluminum arsenide and aluminum gallium arsenide.
Supply, delivery, in working order, training on the use and guarantee a molecular beam epitaxy (mbe) system for organic materials.
Molecular beam experiments also led to the discovery that intermediate "reaction complexes,' temporarily created during a collision, sometimes survive for a surprisingly long time before they decay to form stable molecules.
And upgrading of equipment of existing molecular beam epitaxy within the electronic Institute South (IES) (renovation and addition of a room to deposit epitaxial buffer layer of silicon )
Contract notice: Molecular Beam Epitaxy equipment (MBE).
By diffraction of the molecular beam at a super-fine transmission grating, the physicist was able to spatially separate the trimers.
BCC Research's goal in conducting this study was to determine the current status of the global market for thin-layer deposition by looking at three important technologies: chemical vapor deposition (CVD), ion implantation and molecular beam epitaxy (MBE).
Molecular beam epitaxy; from research to mass production.
Molecular beam scattering techniques were used to investigate the adsorption dynamics of alkanes on single wall carbon nanotubes (SWCNTs) supported on silica (I).
The group has employed molecular beam epitaxy to create first a quantum dot structure made of InAs (indiaum arsenide)/GaAs (gallium arsenide) and then a metal mask with a 0.

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