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e·lec·tron beam

a form of radiation used principally in superficial radiotherapy. See: betatron.
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e·lec·tron beam

(ĕ-lektron bēm)
Form of radiation used principally in superficial radiotherapy.
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observed that for ethylene vinyl-acetate copolymer (EVM) compounds without coagent, there is a rather low reactivity towards electron beam curing.
From experimental studies there were obtained different empirical formulas for the penetration of an electron beam into matter.
A prototype electron spectrometer that suppresses backscattered events was built and tested with an electron beam. The resulting data shows backscattered events were indeed rejected.
Further research is needed to determine the resistance of pathogenic bacteria to electron beam irradiation after they adapt to environmental stresses commonly encountered in food processing environments.
The NCEP guidelines currently don't take electron beam CT findings into consideration.
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Electron beam irradiation of the samples was done by electron-beam accelerator (model ELV 4, 2.5 MeV, EB-Tech., Ltd., Korea).
During oscillating EBW, the electron beam is moved along the walls of the penetration channel, causing a periodic change in the temperature field.
The company's EBAM process combines computer-aided design (CAD), additive manufacturing processing principles and an electron beam heat source.
14] show that to prevent the destruction of elements with optical ceramics the electron beam methods of pre-treatment of the working surfaces have practical importance.
According to the company, the Arcam Q20plus allows Alcoa to print parts directly from a 3D computer model by melting and fusing layers of fine metal powder with an electron beam.

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