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active layer

[′ak·tiv ′lā·ər]
(geology)
That part of the soil which is within the suprapermafrost layer and which usually freezes in winter and thaws in summer. Also known as frost zone.
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This design confines the electronic and optical properties to single active layers, and prevents them from interfering with other insulating layers.
Delivery (purchase) oivitelnch biological materials for the realization of the protective covering of biologically active layers with a thickness of 0.
Heremans, "High-performance organic solar cells with spray-coated holetransport and active layers," Advanced Functional Materials, vol.
CoolCube is Leti's 3D sequential integration technology that enables the stacking of active layers of transistors in the third dimension.
Upland sites were also correlated with higher lichen cover, while lowland sites were associated with thicker active layers, greater bare soil cover, and greater moss cover compared to upland sites (Fig.
The key step in the LED manufacturing process is the epitaxial growth of quantum well active layers on a wafer substrate using technology such as metal-organic chemical vapor deposition (MOCVD).
According to the so obtained thicknesses, shown in Table 3, it seems clear that there is a tendency to get thicker active layers when PEGs with higher MW are added.
The combined protection of food contents by multiple--even dozens--of barrier and active layers appears to be greater than standard tests for oxygen and moisture ingress are designed to measure, according to Gary D.
The combined protection of food contents by multiple barrier and active layers appears to be greater than standard tests for oxygen and moisture ingress are designed to measure, according to Gary Oliver, vice president of technology.
External electrode terminals are also formed at the center inactive layer to lower the thermal damage to the active layers.
The 17 inaugural papers examine such topics as biomolecular engineering fundamentals and advances in biofuels, structural complexities in the active layers of organic electronics, moving beyond mass-based parameters for the conductivity analysis of sulfonated polymers, ionic liquids in chemical engineering, theoretical aspects of immunity, batteries for electric and hybrid-electric vehicles, solar energy to biofuels, and lessons from force measurements on design rules for biomolecular adhesion.
For PTFE membranes the measured thickness of the active layers responsible for vapor transport was found to have similar sizes (54.

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