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dispersive

/dis·per·sive/ (-per´siv)
1. tending to become dispersed.
2. promoting dispersion.
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However, the ECR as proposed in Rengasamy and Marchuk (2011) does not provide for specific dispersive effects of exchangeable K and Mg cations.
This method has attracted much attention due to its simplicity, accuracy, robustness, low computational footprint, and its capability in treating in a straightforward and effective way many types of dispersive media.
After their spectroscopic and thermal characterization, dispersive surface energies and acidity-basicity properties were investigated with IGC.
In this paper, a conformal FDTD method for dispersive material is proposed to accurately model the scattering of inhomogeneous plasma cylinder array illuminated by terahertz EM waves.
Because the display is integrated with Dispersive Signal Technology (DST), it can be used in the harshest of environments and withstand both scratches and kids with bubblegum.
of Chicago) provides an introduction to and explanation of some of the phenomena that solutions of nonlinear dispersive focusing equations show at energy levels exclusively above that of the ground state soliton.
This ASTM Proficiency Testing Program (PTP) is based on the elemental analysis of thermoplastics by wavelength dispersive X-ray fluorescence (WDXRF) spectrometry and will utilize polyolefin samples and analysis according to ASTM D6247, Standard Test Method for Analysis of Elemental Content in Polyolefins by X-ray Fluorescence Spectrometry, or alternative XRF methods.
Any injury or burns to patient or staff, and any equipment failure with the active or dispersive electrode must be managed according to the recommendations of the Safe Medical Devices Act (FDA 2000).
The new standard is, F2853, Test Method for Determination of Lead in Paint Layers and Similar Coatings or in Substrates and Homogenous Materials by Energy Dispersive X-Ray Fluorescence Spectrometry Using Multiple Monochromatic Excitation Beams.
He discusses the need for good mixing in single-screw extrusion, dispersive and distributive mixing, measuring mixing, effects of extruder stages on mixing, pellet handling, solids conveying in the food/transport zone, melting, screw channel mixing and the application of mixing sections, interacting rotor/stator mixers, floating ring mixing devices, static or motionless mixers, incorporating liquid additives and dispersions by direct addition, dispersive mixing of fillers and pigments, dispersive mixing applied to polymer blending, and compounding.