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Vacuum Measurement and Creation

Paul Nash

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Across
1.The material in a McLeod gauge
4.Charles Law assumes this to be constant
6.Pressure measured with respect to vacuum
8.The scale of absolute temperature
9.A vacuum gauge for medium to high vacuum
10.Unit of pressure named after an Italian scientist
12.Place of the original 'hemispheres' demonstration
13.A pump based on Archimedes principles
16.A pump built like a jet engine
18.The process of a liquid turning to gas
19.A vacuum gauge for UHV
20.A space devoid of matter
21.An older pump using hot oil
Down
1.A very small particle
2.Unit of pressure named after a French scientist
3.Scientist with a Gas Law
4.A type of gauge that requires a dedicated control system
5.Typical surface coating in an Ion Pump
7.A measure of flow rate in a pump
11.A gauge offering the best of both worlds?
14.A number used to define the type of flow at low pressures
15.Very cold pump!
17.A vacuum gauge for low to medium vacuum

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