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A material added in small amounts during a chemical or metallurgical process to absorb impurities.
verb - to purify with a chemically active substance
GETTER - A getter is a deposit of reactive material that is placed inside a vacuum system, for the purpose of completing and maintaining the vacuum. When gas ...
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|A material added in small amounts during a chemical or metallurgical process to absorb impurities.|
|a person or thing that gets a specified desirable thing.|
|A person or thing that gets a specified desirable thing.|
|A substance used to remove residual gas from a vacuum tube, or impurities or defects from a semiconductor crystal.|
A getter is a deposit of reactive material that is placed inside a vacuum system, for the purpose of completing and maintaining the vacuum. When gas molecules strike the getter material, they combine with it chemically or by absorption. Thus the getter removes small amounts of gas from the evacuated space.|
* The getter is usually a coating applied to a surface within the evacuated chamber.
* A vacuum is initially created by connecting a closed container to a vacuum pump. After achieving a vacuum, the container can be sealed, or the vacuum pump can be left running. Getters are especially important in sealed systems, such as vacuum tubes, including cathode ray tubes (CRTs), and vacuum insulated panels, which must maintain a vacuum for a long time. This is because the inner surfaces of the container release absorbed gases for a long time after the vacuum is established. The getter continually removes this residual gas as it is produced. Even in systems which are continually evacuated by