particle emission

particle emission

[′pärd·ə·kəl i‚mish·ən]
(nuclear physics)
The ejection of a particle other than a photon from a nucleus, in contrast to gamma emission.
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Particle emission evaluation is critical to answer the question of whether such coatings will release nanoparticles during their use.
Topics include development of the photonuclear activation file, nuclear data for minor actinides, differential cross sections of complex particle emission reactions, Monte Carlo simulation of the fission fragments evaporation process, random matrix theory in statistical analysis of resonances, and nuclear data services.
In addition to softness and tear resistance, other properties that can be engineered include absorbency, thickness, heat and abrasion resistance, static discharge, lint content and particle emission.
The European standard means that AMF complies with stringent particle emission tests.
All MSS products have been developed and fully tested to achieve stringent impact resistance, low particle emission and microbial and fungal resistance.
Level, flow and particle emission monitors for powder/bulk solids include full line of electronic and electro-mechanical level devices, ultrasonic continuous level devices, microwave flow-monitoring devices, and particle emission monitors.
Diesel engines must meet the particle emission standards, and national authorities must refuse to grant approval to new vehicles not in compliance.
Chapter Titles: The evolvement of solids handling technology; Explosion hazards in powder handling and processing: the changes ahead; Practical solutions to critical solids handling problems; New developments in the containment of pharmaceutical powders; Powder products and structure; Granular powders and solids: Insights from numerical simulations; Flow aid technology; Wheat flour milling: a case study in processing of particulate foods; Experimental observations of powder consolidation; Process and powder handling improvements resulting from particle emission measurement and powder mass flow monitoring using electrodynamic technology: a case study
GREENGUARD certification means these Wilsonart products are safe for indoor applications and make a significant contribution to quality indoor air by meeting strict chemical and particle emission guidelines.
improving nonwoven properties, including enhanced softness, tear resistance, absorbency, thickness, heat and abrasion resistance, static discharge, lint content, particle emission and biodegradability) and not the invention of entirely new product categories or applications, as was the case over the past ten years (e.
GREENGUARD certification means Wilsonart products are safe for indoor applications and make a significant contribution to quality indoor air by meeting strict chemical and particle emission guidelines.

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