residual gas

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  • The residual gas after such processing becomes part of the refinery's fuel gas system.
  • Although the structures are still emitting residual gas, at present the amounts are too small to have any effect.
  • They are composed of positive ions whose identity depends on the residual gas inside the tube.
  • These types were the first true hard vacuum tubes; early diodes and triodes performed as such despite a rather high residual gas pressure.
  • In order that the temperature of the residual gas and the mercury may become uniform, the apparatus is allowed to stand for a few minutes. Cited from An Elementary Study of Chemistry, by McPherson and Henderson
  • Because of residual gas in the chamber, the glow also outlined the path of the particles.
  • As a result, exhaust gas which has just moved out of the cylinder is forced back inside the combustion chamber, increasing the amount of hot residual gas.
  • Hence the volumes of the hydrogen and oxygen and of the residual gas may be read off from the tube and directly compared. Cited from An Elementary Study of Chemistry, by McPherson and Henderson
  • Amongst the most critical are; the area of the titanium film, the temperature of the chamber walls and the composition of the residual gas.
  • Residual gas analyzers use this principle as well.
  • The momentum also reduces scattering in the target and in any residual gas.
  • Because the presence of any residual gas would disturb the measurements, the light beam must propagate under an ultra high vacuum.
  • On connecting a high voltage to electrodes in each end, an electrical discharge passed through the residual gas making it luminous. Cited from Artificial Light, by M. Luckiesh
  • Both the energy and the quantity of cathode rays produced depended on the pressure of residual gas in the tube.
  • Another hypothesis is that gravitational drag occurred not between the planets and residual gas but between the planets and the remaining small bodies.
  • By choosing a number of such sources, most constituents of the residual gas, except for the noble gases, can be targeted.
  • The ions are produced by the high voltages interacting with residual gas molecules inside the device.
  • This residual gas may be dissolved or in sub-clinical bubble form, and will continue to outgas while the diver remains at the surface.
  • The gas leaving the container is somewhat enriched in the lighter molecules, while the residual gas is somewhat depleted.
  • The residual gas is then tested in order to ascertain whether it is hydrogen or oxygen, experiments having proved that it is never a mixture of the two. Cited from An Elementary Study of Chemistry, by McPherson and Henderson
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