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diffusion

the process whereby INNOVATIONS are accepted and used by firms and consumers through imitation, licensing agreements or sale of products and patents.
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1 Breast implants anatomical sterile, width different from the height of the implant, the maximum projection in the lower 1/3, filled with silicone gel, a minimum of 3 elastomer layer, diffusion barrier option 3 of 4 projections.
The results demonstrated that diffusion barrier for nitrogen vanadium system is very large and suggested that alloying with Ru will reduce the diffusion barrier.
Here, is the number of transition bonds to the next sites, a is the distance to these sites, and Diff is an effective diffusion barrier which reflects the dominant transitions contributing to the diffusion process.
Contamination of molten metals by crucible materials during melting operations can be minimised by coating the interior surface of the crucible, helping to prevent reactions between the metal and the crucible while acting as a diffusion barrier to reduce impurities.
took advantage of a unique fluid-based barrier approach based on laminar flow of an isotonic buffer over the sensor to shield it from these interferents, which they termed a continuous diffusion barrier.
Figure 2 clearly shows the pattern of moisture absorption for all tested samples, thus proves that the addition of nanolayer fillers enhanced the moisture diffusion barrier properties of epoxy composites.
An alternative solution is the introduction of a diffusion barrier between the nickel and the bonding gold surface.
The micro invasive treatment method creates a diffusion barrier not on the surface but within the hard tissue thus stabilizing and blocking the caries.
A cobalt diffusion barrier hinders the tendency for cobalt to poison diamond growth, and the process improves the adhesion of coating to the substrate.
without any diffusion barrier, the proprietary low temperature CIGS deposition
This may be explained by the high amount of feed MB (1% w/w) which could affect the properties of the BSA matrix network, thus affecting the diffusion barrier.
The dissolvable solderable coating for electronics mostly consists of an adhesive layer (Cr, Ni, Ti, Al) diffusion barrier (Ni, Cr, Pt Pd) and a solderable layer (Ag, Au, Cu, Ni).