isotron


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isotron

[′ī·sə‚trän]
(nucleonics)
A device for sorting isotopes of an element in which ions are accelerated to a fixed energy in a strong electric field, and a radio-frequency field then selects ions according to their velocity, which is inversely proportional to the square root of their mass.
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Turnover, including a three month contribution from Isotron, grew 31 per cent to pounds 152.
At the request of TSWG, Isotron has just developed a polymer coating that might be valuable after a dirty-bomb attack.
Sterilization options and issues," John Woolston, Isotron plc, U.
A leading food packaging manufacturer now relies on Isotron Plc to sterilize the bags needed for their bag-in-box products.
The project, in which Isotron, a part of Spanish state-owned engineering company Babcock & Wilcox will be involved, will take two years to carry out using exclusively Spanish technology, the statement said.
While only one company, Isotron, currently has a MAFF licence to irradiate food, moves are afoot in the US to make irradiation of foods more widespread.
Meggitt Sensing Systems has extended its family of Endevco Isotron general purpose IEPE accelerometers.
The microphones offer a lower overall per channel measurement cost and are directly compatible with Isotron signal conditioning.
20702 Synergy shares for every Isotron share, valuing Isotron at 839.
1 of its own shares for every Isotron share which valued Isotron at 750p a share.
SWINDON-BASED medical product sterilisation specialist Isotron saw profits rise 9pc to pounds 5.
For more than fifteen years now Isotron Plc have been offering the facility for irradiating products to help clean up or keep clean certain materials.