hot hole

hot hole

[′hät ‚hōl]
(electronics)
A hole that can move at much greater velocity than normal holes in a semiconductor.
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Several geothermal features are located in Elko, the largest of which is the Elko Hot Hole." In winter, you can ski for $20.
TO a duck, this often signals a "hot hole," where his cohorts are actively feeding.
True North drill crews have provided more flashy results, including one hot hole with 75 feet averaging .377 ounces per ton.
That's because the sun resides in a warm, relatively gas-free region of the Milky Way -- a huge, hot hole in space.
Gradually he extends tip-ups out beyond hot holes in the direction of the activity.
The cell can be erased by hot holes, generated by the BBT mechanism like in NROM and Y-Flash.
The results also demonstrate that degradation and breakdown are not due to the trapping of hot holes that is commonly believed.
Some tools are lowered on a mechanical line, or slickline, that provides no digital communication with the surface: These are known as memory tools, and they are deployed where cable specifications would be inadequate, for example, in very hot holes where temperatures are greater than 400 |degrees~ C.