Definitions for "Annealing"
The process used to render glass, iron, etc., less brittle, performed by allowing them to cool very gradually from a high heat.
The burning of metallic colors into glass, earthenware, etc.
After glass has been worked with heat, it will have residual stress within from temperature differences. Annealing is the process of heating the glass very slowly to a set temperature determined by the make and type of glass. It is held at this heat for a soaking period, during which the glass relaxes all stress, but does not change shape, or slump. It is then cooled very slowly to room temperature. Small work can be successfully annealed with the torch at the time of completion.
Attachment of an oligonucleotide primer to a DNA or RNA template.
Formation of double-stranded molecules from two single strands of nucleic acid by base pairing of complementary sequence. Usually achieved incubation at a favourable temperature.
binding of the primer to the template or test DNA.
Using short pulse laser to melt surface thin films of semiconductor. Recrystalize and dope the thin film in order to form source and drain regions for TFT.
A baking process typically used to incorporate doping atoms into the silicon crystal lattice.
Keywords:  heterodimer, progeny
Heterodimer Progeny
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Keywords:  anodizing
Annealing Anodizing
a very powerful technique, but like protein fingerprinting it is a step away from the information we are really after