quartz plate

quartz plate

[′kwȯrts ¦plāt]
(electronics)
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The quartz plate dissolution was carried out in 10 ml of 40 % hydrofluoric acid at room temperature and pressure.
Ferrocene (powder), 1,2dichlorobenzene, and Quartz plate (2-inch) were purchased from Alfa-Aesar England.
For helium-neon laser radiation ([lambda] = 0.63 micron) and the sample quartz plate ([DELTA]n = 0.009), the thickness difference ([d.sub.2] - [d.sub.1]) must be a multiple of 70 microns.
It is a stamped foil element heater with a quartz plate in front of the elements.
Wireless-electrodeless QCM (WE-QCM) system were recently developed, where a naked ATcut quartz plate was driven by the line antenna or the flat antenna contactlessly, (11) and achieved high frequency QCMs with fundamental resonance frequencies up to 180 MHz.
Mineral products covered by these unlimited quotas, which can be filled by any non-EU exporter include certain rare-earth concentrates; alloys of rare-earths and cerium (containing 47% or more cerium); alloys of rare-earths and lanthanum (containing 43% or more lanthanum; zirconium (IV) basic carbonate); calcined bauxite (refractory grade); quartz plate (or glass plate) covered with chromium film and a photosensitive or electro-sensitive resin; calcium sodium phosphate for animal feed additives; povidone (INN)-iodine; antimony ingots; lithium hypochlorite; lithium tantalate wafers; water suspended colloidal graphite; manganese (II,III) oxide containing 70% plus of manganese; and many more.
A black screen ink and a clear coating were compared by printing them on a quartz plate, and measuring the effective transmission with a multi-band radiometer (Tables 2 and 3).
The new artifact, SRM 2538, is a fiber-pigtailed quartz plate, designed to Standard Reference Materials emulate the PMD typically found in telecommunications components.
Newman and his coworkers at the University of California, Irvine are preparing a measurement of G in which a thin quartz plate hangs by a fiber between a pair of vertical copper rings.
This is so because the samples are rested on a quartz plate that covers 3" diameter kanthal heater.
The researchers are now working on a Gaussian transducer made from a quartz plate 6 inches in diameter, which would operate at frequencies closer to 250 kilohertz.