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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The topics include recent developments in gas cell technology, the use of Aduro in combination with JEOL TEM/SEM and the use of Poseidon for elemental mapping and HAADF imaging.
A patented gas cell generates the proper pressure to dispense lubricant consistently from containers filled with lubricant specially formulated for the application.
ISLAMABAD -- The Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Resources will wind up Friday its Oil and Gas Cell, set up to monitor fuel supply during elections.
Lutwak joined Symmetricom in 1998 and has pioneered the effort to incorporate laser technology and modern atomic physics into fieldable high-performance atomic clocks, particularly high-performance cesium beam frequency standards and low-power cesium and rubidium gas cell oscillators.
This sensitivity makes it useful as an analysis tool for a material in which bubbles largely determine the gas cell structure in the resulting products.
In TG-FTIR analysis, the volatiles released from the TG oven were transferred to a gas cell in length of 10 cm for simultaneous FTIR analysis (Bruker Equinox55).
Glover and his colleagues sent ultrashort pulses of laser light and higher-frequency x-rays together through a gas cell filled with pressurized neon.
The beam is then split by a beam splitter along two paths--one path containing a gas cell filled with the gas of interest (known as the correlation cell) and the other path containing no gas (known as the reference cell).
2] A "rib" divides each gas cell and prevents interference between adjacent cells to produce clear images.
Conduct a continuous drilling program on the Tisza and Mako Licenses; - Identify the primary target zones for hydrocarbon development; - Confirm and define the over-pressured gas cell of the Mako Trough; - Shorten the lead time to first production from the Mako Trough.
Matsushita said it has overcome these hurdles partly by developing a new ''rib'' that divides each gas cell and prevents interference between adjacent cells so as to produce clear images.
Compared to a static gas cell, which holds a very tiny amount of gas and can be difficult to control, the EnviroScope's chamber provides better, simpler gas control over the sample, according to the company.