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e·lec·tron beam

a form of radiation used principally in superficial radiotherapy. See: betatron.

e·lec·tron beam

(ĕ-lektron bēm)
Form of radiation used principally in superficial radiotherapy.
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The bioburden levels on strawberries, freshly-cut watermelon and avocado were consistently reduced using e-beam technology.
The identified volatile flavor compounds of the E-beam irradiated samples at 1, 5, 10 and 20 kGy doses were compared with those from non-irradiated (0 kGy) control ones to find out any possible effects of these irradiation doses on the overall flavor of the subject spice.
Growth drivers, challenges, and upcoming trends: E-beam wafer inspection system
It may be noted that FDA WHO and IAEA has already approved the E-Beam technology for the fruits and pharmaceuticals products.
There haven't been any reports on the effect of E-beam radiation on properties these SIBS, thus far.
"The e-beam gave us a fine range of control that could be valuable for fabricating nanoscale devices.
"Advantest is improving the throughput of the e-beam direct-write solution, and the DFEB technology will further increase the throughput of our systems."
Recently, to further its expansion policy, Ionisos has bought COFRAR, a leader company in the engineering and realization of e-beam installations.
Another advantage of this system is that the e-beam source does not waver from the time it's installed till the time it burns out.
com) makes quality control and defect analysis solutions and E-beam lithography systems for semiconductor manufacture.