[time-nuts] You can build a fountain from the things you find at home...
phk at phk.freebsd.dk
Tue Sep 27 19:20:55 UTC 2011
In message <CAF_SE-DK+1h1T2xks1u19Ty7nSmXrtQD+zV_2WbS0NJm1ey4cA at mail.gmail.com>
, Robert Darlington writes:
>So I find that somewhat surprising (Aluminum as a material for UHV systems)
>because they outgas water -for months. Anodized aluminum is especially
>bad! Did they make any suggestions on cleaning the oxide off before pumping
>down and baking?
No mention was made thereof.
With good getters I'm not sure the water would be a problem.
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