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By conforming to the 200mm Si wafer, the Company expects to produce electrodes with an aggregate active area of 202cm2, representing a 10x increase in active Si per wafer over the present 100mm process.
Over the last 12 months, solar cycle 24 has at last started to show some real flare activity as active areas on the Sun begin to develop in complexity and size.
Roadside Geology of Minnesota offers a geologic survey not just of Minnesota's famous lakes, but the plate collisions and volcanoes that offer a much more active portrait of a state that was once one of the most geologically active areas on the continent.
Earthquakes are common in Japan, one of the world's most seismically active areas.
The most active areas of the economy were communications (up 25.
The active areas of product development matched the active areas of the market, namely XRF (X-Ray Fluorescence), TOC (Total Organic Carbon) and other elemental analyzers.
While convention is in session, the most active areas of the Convention section will be the "Daily Review" and "From the Floor.
There are several extremely active areas of research involving soy, such as cancer, osteoporosis, heart disease, menopausal symptom relief, cognitive function, renal function and diabetes," says Mark Messina, Ph.
And the active areas of their brains changed, becoming much more like that of good readers, research shows.
It will focus on the top ten most active areas for venture capital investment, including the Internet, lifesciences (biotech, medical devices etc.
When a contrast material called gadolinium is injected just before an MRI, active areas of "silent" MS activity can be detected.
Current PA requirements are that the active areas of die are inspected for defects cleanliness and damage Immediately priorto permanent covering which prevents any subsequent inspection.
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