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Design electronic products for performance, interoperability and sustainability

The International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) authors international standards for all electrical, electronic and related technologies. This standards collection addresses product development, performance, compatibility and related topics in order to ensure product compatibility and environmental safety. IEC standards enable you to:

  • Increase market share
  • Ensure product performance
  • Integrate interoperable capabilities

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Dr. Esther Conwell practiced physics at a time when few women were entering science. Her pioneering semiconductor research earned her a place as one of Discover magazine’s 50 Most Important Women of Science in 2002. The daughter of eastern European immigrants — her father, a portrait ph

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Freon Gas or Ammonia

Dear CR4 Members, Many members will have experience in DAIRY processing Milk and deriving different Products. There is a differing view for using Freon Gas or Ammonia Gas - for chilling milk/ice forming etc. My friend has asked me about this, and I am of the view that both should perform well. But

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