microwave cavity

microwave cavity

[′mī·krə‚wāv ‚kav·ə·dē]
(electromagnetism)
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The properties of atoms in highly excited Rydberg states in theory enable microwave cavity mediated long-distance entanglement between atomic ensembles and highly directional photon emission.
[11] from Los Alamos Laboratory (Defense National USA laboratory) have reported an interesting method implying a rapid feedback control system operating with a traveling wave tube amplifier for the regulation of the sintering temperature of bars and tubes in a single-mode microwave cavity. This method was tested to sinter NICALON, which is a multifilament silicon carbide fiber, at roughly 1100[degrees]C.
The electromagnetic field distribution in the sample, microwave cavity, and waveguide was described by the Maxwell equations as follows:
[17.] Beulertz, G., Votsmeier, M., and Moos, R., "Effect of propene, propane, and methane on conversion and oxidation state of three-way catalysts: a microwave cavity perturbation study," Appl.
In various theories for the existence of KSVZ axions possibly present in the DM halo of our galaxy, a strong possibility exists for these to be resonantly detected in a microwave cavity while subjected to a strong transverse magnetic field, under a variation of the Inverse Primakoff Effect [8].
et al, "A superconducting microwave cavity made of bulk MgBz," Superconductor Science and Technology, Vol.
The microwave cavity is not producing radiation by some non-thermal means, like fluorescence, phosphorescence, electrical or chemical luminosity.
ABSTRACT: An environmentally benign approach for one-pot synthesis of 3,4-dihydropyrimidin-2-(1H)-ones derivative (DHPMs) using ethyl acetoacetate, urea and benzyl alcohol instead of aldehyde under microwave cavity is described.
Hristov, Microwave Cavity Antennas, Artech House, Norwood, Mass, USA, 1989.

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