vacuum diffusion

vacuum diffusion

[′vak·yəm di′fyü·zhən]
(electronics)
Diffusion of impurities into a semiconductor material in a continuously pumped hard vacuum.
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The AZ31 magnesium alloy sheets and 6061 aluminum alloy sheets were successfully welded using vacuum diffusion bonding.
Vacuum diffusion welding of rectifying elements is performed in a specially designed, continuous-action, highly automated installation (Fig.
The well-contacted diffusion couple was then assembled with the small disks under vacuum at 900[degrees]C for 90 min with a load of 10 MPa on a vacuum diffusion bonding and hot pressing system.
Diff-Therm replacement vacuum diffusion pump heaters are available for 2" to 48" diffusion pumps in over 100 combinations of electrical ratings and casting sizes for all major pump models and obsolete and foreign-made pumps.
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