Includes sites on the specific properties of an environment where all of the matter has been evacuated (i.e. there would be nothing), as well as techniques and equipment for the attainment of such conditions in scientific investigations.
Includes descriptions of the society's aims, online access to publications, administrative information, related news and information on conferences.
Australian vacuum and cryogenics company. Services offered include the supply of equipment, the design of equipment, the management of vacuum processes and the maintenance of vacuum equipment and systems.
The representative for Great Britain on the International Union for Vacuum Science, Technique and Application. It aims to stimulate international collaboration in the fields of vacuum science, techniques and applications and related multi-disciplinary topics including solid-vacuum and other interfaces.
For inquisitive people howstuffworks.com tells about how thermoses work. You can find there other vacuum-based devices as vacuum cleaner and television.
International meetings, conferences and workshops, educational opportunities, international awards and prizes.
Some basic principles for beginners.
An excellent resource with enormous amount of information for advanced vacuum users about pumps and seals (troubleshooting, specifications etc.)
Oxford Vacuum Science Ltd promotes good vacuum practice and understanding through the provision of training, design and consultancy services, and supply of bench-top thin film deposition research equipment.
Site of vacuum technology and techniques for students and amateur scientists. Articles; links; experiments.
Education and information about vacuum coating. Technical conferences, educational programs, publications.
Discuss subjects about vacuum physics, vacuum and coating systems, evaporation coating and sputtering technology.
Designer and manufacturer of a range of products including cryostats, precision manipulators, electron bombardment heaters, residual gas analyzers, vacuum chambers and systems.
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