## Theoretical and Practical Limits of Measurement Accuracy: 2nd Symposium of the IMEKO Technical Committee on Metrology--TC8 : Proceedings |

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ACCURACY UMTS OP PPJ333UKS UBASUREiaiWS by P. Eoloni and B.

Gyarmati Hungary A world-wide increasing industrial demand for

measurements can be seen in the range of 170 ... 700 kPa.

both ...

ACCURACY UMTS OP PPJ333UKS UBASUREiaiWS by P. Eoloni and B.

Gyarmati Hungary A world-wide increasing industrial demand for

**pressure**measurements can be seen in the range of 170 ... 700 kPa.

**Pressure**gauges (both ...

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MEASUREMENTS OF ULTIMATE LOW

U.S.S.R. The range of ultimate low

modern high vacuum pumping facilities borders on the gaseous state which is

beyond ...

MEASUREMENTS OF ULTIMATE LOW

**PRESSURES**by V.V.Kuzmin,E.K.FrolovU.S.S.R. The range of ultimate low

**pressures**(10~ -10~'Pa) attainable withmodern high vacuum pumping facilities borders on the gaseous state which is

beyond ...

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where & - gas

vacuum gauge tube. Pig. 1 shows C versus

vacuum geuge tube over a range of 10 -10 Pa. It is evident that at

below ...

where & - gas

**pressure**measured and £fz - current to the ion collector of thevacuum gauge tube. Pig. 1 shows C versus

**pressure**0 for the Type liI-12-8 -Q -6vacuum geuge tube over a range of 10 -10 Pa. It is evident that at

**pressures**below ...

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