Because it has properties of high vapor pressure (tendency to evaporate when forming a film) and easy precipitation of metal by heating, it is possible to form a ruthenium film with a coverage factor of 70% within pores with the high aspect ratio of 40:1 at the low temperature of 165 degrees Celsius.
What does HVP stand for?
HVP stands for High Vapor Pressure
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We have 69 other meanings of HVP in our Acronym Attic
- High Velocity Oxy-Fuel Spraying
- Hyatt Vacation Ownership Inc. (Hyatt Hotels Corporation)
- Hepatic Venous Outflow Obstruction
- Horizontal Vestibulo-Ocular Reflex
- Highway-Vehicle-Object Simulation Model
- High Voltage Output Terminal
- Hooper Visual Organization Test (neurology)
- Hatteras Venture Partners (venture capital; Durham, NC)
- High Vacuum Process
- High Value Product
- High Velocity Protection (Wiley X eyewear)
- High Viscous Pill (well drilling)
- High Voltage Protection
- High-Velocity Particle
- High-Velocity Projectile
- High-Video Pass
- Holly Voice Platform (Holly Connects)
- Hops, Valerian Root, Passion Flower (herbal sleep remedy)
- Horizontal & Vertical Position
- Hub Voice Processor
Samples in periodicals archive:
However, the high vapor pressure behind the cladding are mostly accompanied with low vapor pressure indoor, and vapor transport occurs inwards.
First metals with high vapor pressure get into vapor flow, then, by means of their reduction in the melt, concentration of more refractory metals increases in the vapor flow.
The pipeline transports high vapor pressure ethane, ethylene, propane, butane and natural gas liquids to the midwestern United States and eastern Canadian petrochemical and fuel markets.
Treat drip fluids as a high vapor pressure product to preserve its volume and value.
The repellents are volatile chemicals with a high vapor pressure that evaporate rapidly into the air.
While these early detectors successfully detected the presence of dynamite vapor (nitroglycerin), which not only has a high vapor pressure but is also very electronegative, they could detect few other explosives.
Volatile elements such as calcium or sodium, which have high vapor pressures at low absolute pressures, can distort hydrogen porosity because they volatilize and form pockets of their own gases.