microdisk

microdisk

[′mī·krō‚disk]
(computer science)
A small floppy disk with a diameter between 3 and 4 inches (7 and 10 centimeters). Also known as microfloppy disk.
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Thin round silicon plates with prefabricated microcircuits before cutting them with a diamond microdisk into individual crystals of a given semiconductor [28]
Figure 19: A scanning electron microscopy image of the side view of an Er-doped GaP microdisk resonator with 10 [micro]m diameter [adapted from [22]].
In the final step, the tip of the CFEs were ground to realize microdisk electrodes at the tip.
Lin, "Controllable fabrication and optical properties microdisk for whispering gallery mode microlaser," APL Materials, vol.
Huang et al., "Optically pumped ultraviolet microdisk laser on a silicon substrate," Applied Physics Letters, vol.
However, most devices focus on specific parts of a transducer, e.g., tuning of optical cavities [17], coupling to optical chips [18-20], displacement measurement on a moveable structures [2, 21-23], or the fundamental physics of optical microdisk cavities [24-26].
Specific topics covered include the simulation of plans photonics resonators, (Al,Ga)N microdisk cavities and gallium arsenide disk optomechanical resonators, among others.
Regular Arrays of Microdisk Electrodes: Numerical Simulation as an Optimizing Tool to Maximize the Current Response and Minimize the Electrode Area Used.
2) Corte de los dientes reconstruidos; utilizando una maquina de corte de semi-precision (Microdisk modelo NH06) y un disco de diamante de 0.80 mm de grosor, a baja velocidad con irrigacion constante de agua, se seccionaron las raices de manera transversal, y en direccion perpendicular al eje longitudinal del poste, en tres partes o discos; la parte mas apical se descarto, asi se obtuvieron dos discos o cuerpos de prueba (probetas) de cada diente, una del tercio cervical y otra del tercio medio, con un grosor aproximado de 2 mm (figura 4).
Matsuda, "Theory of stationary current-potential curves at microdisk electrodes for quasireversible and totally irreversible electrode reactions," Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, vol.