Outgas


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Outgas

The emitting of fumes into the air. There are numerous building materials that have chemicals in them that outgas over time, particularly when exposed to high temperatures, moisture, or ozone levels.
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The via holes permitted flux volatile ingredients to outgas and escape during reflow, and for some of the flux residue to drain to the back side of the board.
The vacuum seal is necessary both to define the outgassed volume and to prevent upstreaming of the damaging outgas components to the multilayer mirror and into the storage ring.
Moreover, SI does not outgas or particle shed, therefore, it does not contaminate the product it is protecting.
Unlike other gas purification technologies, Aeronex systems do not contain hydrocarbons that outgas during normal or upset conditions.
The adhesives that outgas most severely are those that cure through the action of solvents or moisture.
The layers are permanently dissipative and do not lose electrical properties or outgas and contaminate in clean-room environments.
For example, many processes will generate heat sufficient to raise part of the system temperature to a level where materials that are adequate at room temperature might start to outgas heavily.
It will not outgas in an ultra-high vacuum and does not react with most molten metals, salts and acids.
The completely inert material will not outgas in ultra high vacuum and is unreactive with most molten metals, salts and acids.
During and after painting, these VOCs outgas and can cause adverse short-term health effects such as headache, nausea, dizziness, and eye, throat, and lung irritation.
Accuracy and sensitivity for outgas analysis from polymer is enhanced because of increased surface area of samples prepared in the crusher.
In addition, Victrex UHP PEEK contains no components that could leach into the fluid stream or outgas in vacuum or high-heat environments.