dispersity


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dis·per·si·ty

(dis-pĕr'si-tē),
The extent to which the dimensions of particles have been reduced in colloid formation.
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In terms of dispersity, the orderly SFEM mixer is also significantly better than the twin; note that dispersity is on the log scale, so at least 50% better.
Slipping droplets phase transformations cycle universality is based on by Fourier criteria time scale for different dispersity droplets combined into groups by Reynolds criteria.
Recently fabricated nanoparticles get massive attention because of their unique physiochemical properties especially AuNPs are most promising nanomaterial for biomedical and biological application due to their unique properties like dispersity, controllable size, stability, strong adsorbing capacity, biocompatibility [104].
The rule requires, however, only that formal joinder be impracticable, not impossible, and a number of factors could support a finding that joinder of opt-in members is impracticable--including geographic dispersity, jurisdictional difficulties, and the inconvenience and expense of individual formal lawsuits.
In functionalization studies, SEC analysis detects any disruption of the monomodal distribution of the starting polymer and its dispersity, confirming stability, while in coupling reactions it enables tracking of the associated changes in MW and structure.
The 'carbon nanobrush' is a new nano carbon material that, like existing carbon nanohorns, has high water and solvent dispersity, and high adsorptivity, including substance adsorption, but has more than 10 times the electrical conductivity than existing carbon nanohorns, an important characteristic for industrial applications," said Dr.
Moreover their abundance in plant genomes, dispersity, demonstration of Mendelian inheritance, detection of big chromosomal rearrangements and ease of use make them suitable for genetic markers (Fig.
This multiplicity of perspectives is augmented by Renzi's voice, which informs the totality of the story, as well as the fragmentary ramblings of Echevarne Ines Angelica, which doubtless serves as an allegory for the story's own textual dispersity.
As in this case, where the amount of alkali metals exceeds 11 %, zinc glazes gain on intense blue color which is associated with the dispersity of crystalline formations [8 .
The curve was broad with two shoulders, such curves are generally observed for the samples with very high crosslinking or very high molecular weight with high poly dispersity index (PDI).
Based on orthogonality, part of typical test points, which have characteristics of uniformity and dispersity, are selected to have a test in this method.