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Schott

(shot),
Theodor, 1850-1921, German physician in Bad Nauheim. See: Schott treatment.
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"Although it's impossible to match the efficiencies and marketing prowess of the big guy," Schott says, "our brands are set up to compete.
During last years SID, SCHOTT unveiled the first generation of SCHOTT RealView after years of research and development in cooperation with AR hardware makers.
The company said Schott has accepted a new financial position with a private company and his resignation did not result from any disagreement regarding any matter related to its operations, policies or practices
Over the past 25 years Schott & Meissner has introduced many important innovations in the "heat treating" field, and the generation five Thermofix is no different.
One of the world's finest specimens of elegance and functionality, Schott Zwiesel has a heritage of luxury going back to 1872.
The solar manufacturer SCHOTT Solar complies with all required IEC standards in its in-house test lab.
The 19,300 receivers to be produced by SCHOTT will form the heart of the parabolic trough power plant.
Andreas Karl Buske, member of Schott Zwiesel's board.
Almost all the laboratory glassware products are based on DURAN borosilicate glass developed by SCHOTT. A separate chapter is devoted to the Chemical; physical and optical properties of DURAN and provides tips on using laboratory glassware.
Young, Schott, and Beckman were flown by helicopter to a local hospital, where Beckman died less than 30 minutes after arriving.
Ref: COMP/M.2225 - Fortis/ASR Electronics: Schott Glas and NEC corporation together notified the Commission on 13 November of their intention to create a new semiconductor joint venture, called NEC-Schott.
Oneida has become the exclusive distributor and marketer of Schott Zwiesel products in the U.S.