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Machining with industrial robots

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Use of robots for surface finishing incl. deburring, polishing, grinding is set out, with chart showing statistics for growth of robot installations in Germany. Teaching methods, visualisation of movement sequences, simulation of robot operations and use of sensors to guide robot operation are all discussed. 6 refs

Mack puts new spin on paint booth recovery system

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A description of a new paint sludge recovery facility designed by Water Wash Technologies (Chicago). Potential savings of $100, 000 /year are claimed.

Macro cyclic Tetramine Corrosion Inhibitor

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Macro cyclic Tetramine Corrosion Inhibitor

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Macro Internal Structures of Porous Nickel-Phosphorus Films Electrodeposited under Galvanostatic Conditions.

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Macro kinetics of Anodic Dissolution of Iridium in Sulphamic Acid using Alternating Current

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96 171064 Russ. An Ir plating bath is made by anodic dissol'n of Ir in sulphamic acid using AC and the current efficiency for this process is reported and equations for it are given. Such a bath gives good Ir deposits with fine structure and good adhesion to substrate and low resistance.

Macro kinetics of Anodic Dissolution of Iridium in Sulphamic Acid using Alternating Current

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96 171064 Russ. An Ir plating bath is made by anodic dissol'n of Ir in sulphamic acid using AC and the current efficiency for this process is reported and equations for it are given. Such a bath gives good Ir deposits with fine structure and good adhesion to substrate and low resistance.

Macro molecular Complexants for Heavy Metal Removal from Effluents

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Macro- and micro-throwing power of low-metal concentration plating baths

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Macro-micro Mixing

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For paints with 2 or more components, incl. mixe aqueous-non-aqueous emulsions, mixing is important to ensure homogeneous product. Theory of mixing & mathematical equations are set out, inc;, tensile and shear-force flows. Critical capillary number is plotted vs. viscosity. 5 refs www.ls-oberflaechentechnik.de

Macro-Particle Reduction Mechanism in Biased Arc Ion Plating of Titanium Nitride

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Macro/microcavity method and its application in modelling chemical vapor deposition reaction systems

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Macro/microcavity method (MMC) has been used for > 8 years for studying relative contributions of gas-phase and surface reactions and for determining sticking probability of growth species in CVD reaction systems. MMC method provides space between multiple stacked substrates and trenches etched into substrates, which have mm and - m characteristic dimensions, resp. Mathematical model was developed to relate film growth-rate profile in macro cavity to surface-to-volume ratio (S/V) of macro cavity. This gives relative contributions of gas-phase and surface reactions to film growth. Another analytical model correlates film profile in microcavity to sticking probability of deposition species. Combination of techniques presents overall picture of reaction scheme. Paper reviews application of MMC in analyzing chemical mechanisms in silane/oxygen-silica, Silane-silicon, Si2H6/acetylene-silicon carbide, and TEOS-silica CVD systems.

Macromolecular body.

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To obtain a macromolecular body which reduces changes in properties, and has long-durative bactericidal action, by using a clay mineral which can exchange cations between layers bearing bactericidal metal ions. The subject macromolecular body is produced by adding a clay mineral including (B) bactericidal metal ions such as gold, silver or copper ions in (A) a clay mineral which is composed of a laminar silicate mineral belonging to the smectite group, cation-exchangeable between layers, to (C) a macromolecular body in an amount 0.01-50wt.%, preferably 0.05-40wt.%. For example, (A) is allowed to hold (B) and the product is admixed to (C) immediately before molding or at its monomer state, or A is added to C, molded, then the formed macromolecular body is ion-exchanged so that B is held with A in C to give the subject macromolecular body.

Macroparticles on Titanium Nitride Thin Film Prepared by Cathodic-Arc Plasma-Based Ion Implantation and Deposition

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Macroscopic alignment of single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWNTs).

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