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pas·si·vate

(pas'i-vāt),
To render less activated, so as to diminish the activation of cells or cell surfaces.
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After 144 hours of exposure in the salt spray cabinet, the raw and passivated parts exhibited advanced red corrosion.
This high quality line of passivated stainless steel adapters in between- and in-series configurations offers design and test engineers added flexibility and interconnectivity options, particularly where mechanical space is limited.
Corrosion tests were conducted on each of the laser cut, pickled, electropolished and passivated stents in Phosphate Buffer Saline solution (PBS) at pH 7.
Available in 2500 and 4000 pound capacities, these units have a passivated finish and are USDA approved.
It is usually passivated with a chemical or electrochemical treatment, applied on leaving the tinning line.
This layer is passivated to increase corrosion resistance.
The 304 stainless steel interior with continuously backwelded seams features passivated stainless steel shelves.
Tenders are invited for Ammeter Range-50 A Dc To 50 A Dc With Centre Zero Having Diameter 52Mm Operative Voltage 24Vdc Front Ring Chrome Plated Case And Clamp Zinc Plated And Passivated Pointer Solid Illuminator Lamp Make Pricol Or Equivalent
We investigated the effect of a surface defects, such as losing ligands and external charge, on the electronic structure and the energy transfer between methyl passivated silicon quantum dots (QDs).
insert (3-jaw) type shaft couplings made of 316 stainless steel with passivated finish are also offered with a choice of oil-impregnated Bost-Bronz, oil-resistant synthetic rubber or polyurethane inserts.
All wetted parts are stainless steel 316L with 240-grit (<20Ra) finish, electrop-olished and passivated.
This increased area must be passivated, or treated to keep it from trapping the light-generated electric charges as they migrate toward the contacts of the solar cell, a process that robs the cell of output power.