Retrieved 12 Dec 2014. ^ ASTM D7675-2015: Standard Test Method for Determination of Total Hydrocarbons in Hydrogen by FID-Based Total Hydrocarbon (THC) Analyzer. ASTM. December 2015. doi:10.1520/D7675-15. ^ «Total Hydrocarbons». Analytical Chemists, Inc. This is pretty cool.’ I think that’s where the real impetus is. Antiproton therapies would, he says, be a new frontier for cancer treatments for which regular proton beam therapies are ineffective. Far easier, Jackson says, to store the antiprotons as electrically neutral antihydrogen. An antimatter fuel tank could be decades away. The generation of these ions is proportional to the concentration of organic species in the sample gas stream. FID measurements are usually reported as «as methane», meaning as the quantity of methane which would produce the same response.
West Chicago, Ill.-based Hbar Technologies plans a Kickstarter effort to raise US $200,000 for the next phase design of an antimatter-propelled spaceship. You can continue browsing, or you can go to your cart now. If you continue browsing, you can visit your cart at any time by clicking on the cart link at the top of the page. Go to cart Continue browsing the AIAA ARC. And if you had a macroscopic amount of antimatter, it’d be incredibly dangerous.” “This is something Star Trek got right, in something they call a warp core breach,” Phillips says. “They’d lose containment of the antimatter, and the ship would blow up. Retrieved 2016-03-08. Sources Skoog, Douglas A., F. James Holler, & Stanley R. Crouch.
Hbar’s unmanned craft is designed around a 5-meter diameter carbon fiber sail coated in a layer of uranium. Measurement of laser-induced alignment of jet-cooled molecules using femtosecond degenerate four wave mixing — IEEE Xplore Document Skip to Main Content Abstract: A degenerate four wave mixing setup for characterizing the alignment of jet-cooled molecules is described. The current measured corresponds roughly to the proportion of reduced carbon atoms in the flame. Schematic of a flame ionization detector for gas chromatography A flame ionization detector (FID) is a scientific instrument that measures the concentration of organic species in a gas stream. It is frequently used as a detector in gas chromatography.