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Ultrafiltration. A simple and cost effective process for treating effluents containing photoresists

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Using suitable membranes, ultrafiltration can be used to treat effluents containing photoresists, in printed circuit board production (spent developer and stripper solns.). Compared with conventional pptn methods, ultrafiltration is simple and incurs low operating costs. Choice of membrane and module are od decisive importance.

Ultrafiltration? yes thank you!

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Ultrafine calcium–titania–polyester dry powder coatings promote human mesenchymal cell attachment and biomineralization.

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Ultrafine particulate antimicrobial ceramic powder.

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To obtain an ultrafine particulate antimicrobial ceramic powder, capable of radiating electromagnetic waves in a near infrared to a far infrared regions for resonating or exciting water molecules, continuously manifesting oligodynamic actions of silver or copper, creating a strong oxidizing capacity with titanium oxide, excellent in germicidal activities and dispersibility and further capable of readily performing the mixing, coating or printing on a product material. SOLUTION: This ultrafine particulate antimicrobial ceramic powder has <=1µm particle diameter and comprises a baked composition at its ratio of 30-50wt.% silicon carbide or silicon oxide 1A, 15-25wt.% aluminum oxide 1B, 7-15wt.% manganese oxide 1C, 7-15wt.% zinc oxide 1D, 2-5wt.% titanium oxide 1E and 0.1-1wt.% silver or copper 1F or the silver or copper sticking to the outer surface of a baked material prepared by once baking the composition except the silver or copper.

Ultrafine Polishing and Evaluation of Finished Metal Surfaces

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Mechanical polishing of stainless steel (AISI 304), nickel, iron & chromium was carried out using various methods, & surface roughness, specular reflectance & topography was characterised by Nomarskii & other methods. 7 refs

Ultrafine-grained textured surface layer on Zr-1%Nb alloy produced by ultrasonic impact peening for enhanced corrosion resistance.

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Ultrahigh Etching Technique using Microwave Excited Non-Equilibrium Atmospheric Pressure Plasma.

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Ultrahigh pressure water jet peening

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Ultrahigh pressure waterjetting comes of age for surface preparation - its time to get the salts off (the work)

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Discusses the elements that have made ultrahigh pressure waterjetting an accepted method of surface preparation. Aspects considered include: improvements in technology and equipment, development of new water blast coating systems by major coating manufacturers and advantages eg better coating adhesion, lower levels of residual chlorides and sulphates.

Ultrahigh speed etching of silicon dioxide using microwave excited non-equilibrium atmospheric pressure plasma.

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Ultrahigh vacuum atomic layer epitaxy of Cd(1-x)Mn(x)Te layers grown on ZnTe/GaAs(100) substrates: reflection mass spectrometry studies

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Ultrahigh-pressure blasting

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Water blasting at pressure of up to 10,000 psi has been used in industrial cleaning, with/without abrasives, for many years. New ultrahigh-pressure water jetting systems operating at 35,000 to 55,000 psi provide cleaning jets travelling at speeds up to 3000 fps. Operating conditions, cleaning rates, and performance differ substantially from standard equipment with several significant advantages applicable in today's environmentally and safety conscious society.

Ultrahigh-pressure water jetting for deposit removal and surface preparation

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6 different surface preparation methods were compared in laboratory tests on representative panels. Surfaces were examined for invisible surface contaminants, surface profile, and wt. loss. Results of examinations using scanning electron microscope and photomicrographs of edge profile are presented.

Ultrahigh-pressure water jetting for deposit removal and surface preparation

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6 different surface preparation methods were compared in laboratory tests on representative panels. Surfaces were examined for invisible surface contaminants, surface profile, and wt. loss. Results of examinations using scanning electron microscope and photomicrographs of edge profile are presented.

Ultrahigh-pressure water jetting for deposit removal and surface preparation

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6 different surface preparation methods were compared in laboratory tests on representative panels. Surfaces were examined for invisible surface contaminants, surface profile, and wt. loss. Results of examinations using scanning electron microscope and photomicrographs of edge profile are presented.