Coldspray | definition of coldspray by Medical dictionary
coldspray, cold spray (kōld-sprā)
1. An aerosol used to lower the temperature and thus harden thermoplastic splinting material during fitting or molding.
2. A vaporized chemical such as ethyl chloride or fluoromethane used to produce rapid cooling and numbness of the skin.
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CSIRO's expertise in titanium manufacturing includes electron beam melting, coldspray
, and thermally assisted machining.
, a sub-ambient temperature ionization electrospray technique pioneered by JEOL, similarly enhances MS for evolving proteomics research.
displayed a new ColdSpray
electrospray ionization source developed for its AccuTOF (time-of-flight) mass spectrometer.