magnetic scanning

magnetic scanning

[mag′ned·ik ′skan·iŋ]
(spectroscopy)
The magnetic field sorting of ions into their respective spectrums for analysis by mass spectroscopy; accomplished by varying the magnetic field strength while the electrostatic field is held constant.
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The result is an important advance toward using magnetic scanning to probe the structural intricacies of individual biological molecules, says Jorg Wrachtrup, a quantum physicist at the University of Stuttgart in Germany.
Magnetic scanning and interpretation of paleomagnetic data from Prague Synform's volcanics.
She said: "Cancer treatment has been helped enormously by the provision of magnetic scanning equipment.
The March Group currently represents an oil field services company providing hydrostatic pressure testing (60% of 2007 revenue) and magnetic scanning (40%) of down hole tubing, which is utilized in oil and gas wells.
Because it utilizes the contamination-resistant magnetic scanning principle, it is ideally suited for incorporation into many machine design elements, such as headstocks on lathes.
Ibis Technology Corporation (Nasdaq: IBIS), the leading provider of SIMOX-SOI implantation equipment and SIMOX-SOI wafers to the worldwide semiconductor industry, today announced the granting of a patent in Korea for its MagScan(TM) magnetic scanning technology, which is a key competitive advantage of Ibis' oxygen implanters.
Using magnetic scanning devices to monitor the flow of blood to cancers and normal tissues, the British team discovered that when combretastatin was introduced, the blood flow to the cancers was significantly reduced.
The latest magnetic scanning equipment will be used for research and to diagnose brain and body abnormalities.
They are available with a variety of options, including traditional narrow-band radio frequency, new spread spectrum technology and magnetic scanning.
This increase in productivity," said Reid "results from our new extraction geometry and beamline, new wafer handling system, off-hub wafer cooling and our patented magnetic scanning beam technology.
Additional features include Ibis' patented MagScan(TM) magnetic scanning beam technology and a simplified beamline.
For the magnetic scanning principle of the ERM 280, a measuring standard with a Magnodur grating is used, which is scanned with magneto-resistive sensors.
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