gas cell

gas cell

[′gas ‚sel]
(electricity)
Cell in which the action depends on the absorption of gases by the electrodes.
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Thus, commercial devices including laser current driver, laser temperature controller, and signal generator are widely applied in such systems; (2) gas cell and optical structure--gas cell, as the container of target gas, is also coupled with optical parts to provide the path for laser beam; and (3) the signal detection part is the backend of a WMS system.
Certain researches have mentioned that the nuclei for gas cell development can be generated during the mixing process within the air phase of the dough [8,12,14, 23].
The normal gas cell in the infrared gas detection system can be divided into two categories: transmission type gas cell and reflecting type gas cell.
In a laser wakefield accelerator, the laser is fired into a helium gas cell. Electrons in the gas are shaken free from their parent atoms to make a plasma of charged particles.
A gas cell attachment is used for high-sensitivity absorption.
Void fraction ([alpha]) is defines as the fraction of the liquid inside a control volume or cell, in which a taking the value of 0 for pure gas cell; 1 for pure liquid cell and between 0 and 1 for interface of gas and liquid in the cell.
The determination of the optical path length of the gas cell prior to any quantitative spectroscopic analysis is indispensable in applications which aim at absolute measurements; in this case an incorrect path length of a gas cell would automatically lead to an incorrect result.
By placing a gas cell between their spectrograph and the Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope, they superimpose narrow absorption lines onto the observed stellar spectra.
A patented gas cell generates the proper pressure to dispense lubricant consistently from containers filled with lubricant specially formulated for the application.
* A patented gas cell that generates the proper pressure to dispense lubricant consistently.