Pertinent data: The LASER 1000 5Ax uses a 20-watt, pulsed Ytterbium pulsed fiber laser (there is a 50-watt option).
What does YB stand for?
YB stands for Ytterbium
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We have 6 other meanings of YB in our Acronym Attic
- Yorkshire Bank (UK)
- Yosi Break
- Yottabyte (10 E^24, one septillion bytes)
- You Bet! (UK gameshow)
- Young Blood
- Young Boys (Swiss sports club)
- Young Buck (rapper)
- Young Bull
- Your Buddy
- Youth Brigade (band)
- Banff, Alberta, Canada (Airport Code)
- Yacht Brokers Association (British Columbia, Canada)
- You'll Be Alright
- Young British Artist (generation of British artists born between mid-1960s and 1970s)
- Your Bizarre Adventure (gaming; Roblox)
- Youth Basketball Association
- Youth Bowling Association
- Youth Buddhist Association (Hawaii)
- Yacht Brokers Association of America
- Young Black and Asian Achievers (UK)
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Among the topics are squeezing and entanglement in a Bose-Einstein condensate, the stability of the proton-to-electron mass ratio tested with molecules using an optical link to a primary clock, room-temperature atomic ensembles for quantum memory and magnetometry, ultra-cold ytterbium atoms in optical lattices, and laser spectroscopy on relativistic ion beams.
Yttrium, ytterbium, erbium and terbium are all named for Ytterby; many other rare earths have Scandinavian names, such as holmium, named for Stockholm, and scandium, named for Scandinavia.
The rare earth sector covers companies with operations involving exploration, extraction, transport, processing or any other business involving any of the following 17 rare earth elements: Scandium, Yttrium, Lanthanum, Lutetium, Ytterbium, Thulium, Erbium, Holmium, Dysprosium, Terbium, Gadolinium, Europium, Samarium, Promethium, Neodymium, Praseodymium, and Cerium.
6 ppm (g/t), Neodymium (Nd) with grades of up to 1190 ppm (g/t), Ytterbium (Yb) with grades of up to 31.
To test that hypothesis, the physicists studied the electrons inside molecules of ytterbium fluoride.