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What does TD stand for?
TD stands for Thermal Desorption
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The samples will be tranferred then to an UHV chamber where the deccaping process is initiated under the control of LEED, AES, RAS, Raman scattering and other UHV techniques like Thermal Desorption Spectroscopy.
Tetra Tech will manage the construction of access roadways, build a thermal desorption pile containment structure, excavate and dewater dioxin-contaminated soils and sediments, place the soils and sediments into the pile containment structure for treatment by others, and restore the site.
The kinetics of n/iso-butane adsorption on both open-end (o-CNTs) and closed-end nanotubes (c-CNTs) was studied with thermal desorption spectroscopy (TDS).
A Continuous Thermal Desorption Unit (CTDU), which was originally to be set up at the plant, has now been modified to become a mobile unit.
In 2002, Agilent signed an agreement to distribute the thermal desorption technology of Markes International in Europe (see IBO 6/ 15/02).
The AS2500plus pyrolysis autosampler was designed to perform thermal desorption and pyrolysis on the same sample.
Thermal conduction heating for in-situ thermal desorption of soils.