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View Resource The Bell Jar- Vacuum Technique for the Amateur Investigator

Home page of the Bell Jar, a journal of vacuum technique and related topics for amateur investigators. The Bell Jar provides up-to-date information on vacuum technique and apparatus specifically targeted toward those experimenters who have an established interest in vacuum, including amateurs, students, educators, and other professionals. It also aims to promote vacuum technique as a hobby....

View Resource Vacuum Technology: Vacuum Technology III

This is a link to a PDF version of lecture slides that discuss gas sources in a vacuum. The presentation explains concepts such as vapor pressure curves, thermal desorption and first and second order desorption. Keywords: Vaporization, desorption, diffusion, permeation, backstreaming

View Resource Vacuum Technology: Vacuum Technology II

This is a PDF version of lecture slides that discuss flow regimes of gas. The PDF includes 14 instructional slides demonstrating related concepts in vacuum technology. Keywords: Reynolds' number, Knudsen's number

View Resource Vacuum Technology: Kinetic Theory of Gas

This is a PDF version of lecture slides that discuss the kinetic theory of gases. Slide topics include vacuum basics, kinetic pressure of an ideal gas, pressure and molecular velocity, basic equations from kinetic theory, gas laws, and gas transport phenomena. Numerous charts and mathematical formulas are presented. Keywords: Boltzman's constant, collision frequency, molecular velocity, Boyle's...

View Resource Entrapment Type Vacuum Pumps

This is a description for a learning module from Maricopa Advanced Technology Education Center. This PDF describes the module; access may be purchased by visiting the MATEC website. Entrapment type pumps operate primarily in the high to ultra-high vacuum ranges. The discussion in this MATEC module includes applications, theory of operation, operating range and preventative maintenance. The focus...

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