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homogeneous

 [ho″mo-je´ne-us]
of uniform quality, composition, or structure.

ho·mo·ge·ne·ous

(hō'mō-jē'nē-ŭs), Do not confuse this word with homogenous.
1. Of uniform structure or composition throughout.
2. Consisting of a single phase.
[homo- + G. genos, race]

homogeneous

/ho·mo·ge·ne·ous/ (ho″mo-je´ne-us) of uniform quality, composition, or structure throughout.

homogeneous

[hō′mōjē′nē·əs]
Etymology: Gk, homos + genos, kind
1 consisting of similar elements or parts.
2 having a uniform quality throughout. Also homogenous. Compare heterogeneous. homogeneity, adj.

homogeneous

 adjective Composed of identical cell types; of the same type, having the same characteristics

ho·mo·ge·ne·ous

(hō'mō-jē'nē-ŭs)
Of uniform structure or composition throughout.
[homo- + G. genos, race]

homogeneous

formed of similar, uniformly distributed constituents throughout.

ho·mo·ge·ne·ous

(hō'mō-jē'nē-ŭs) Do not confuse this word with homogenous
1. Of uniform structure or composition throughout.
2. Consisting of a single phase.
[homo- + G. genos, race]

homogeneous

of uniform quality, composition or structure.
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3): Choice of frequency distribution for homogenous regions: After formulation of homogeneous regions, the next step was to choose the most robust frequency distribution for the homogenous regions.
Step 2: Computation of the local standard deviation in the detected homogeneous regions.
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2 Metric tensor exterior to a homogeneous oblate spheroid
While [5] used the homogeneous form for the subspace extraction phase, this paper will exploit this form of the polynomial eigenproblem to propose an alternative Newton or JacobiDavidson type subspace expansion process.
A simple homogeneous assay performable directly in whole blood would be useful in clinical diagnostics, but the performance of homogeneous fluorescence-based immunoassays has been severely limited by autofluorescence and strong absorption of ultraviolet and visible light in whole blood.
Rohm and Haas has been granted a patent for a composite article comprised of a first substrate, a polymeric adhesive composition displaying at least two glass transition temperatures, and at least one subsequent substrate, wherein the composite article is formed by a process comprising: applying a layer of a homogeneous fluid comprising at least one polymerizable compound to the first substrate, contacting the layer to the subsequent substrate to form an uncured assembly, and exposing the uncured assembly to at least one polymerization condition selected from the group consisting of elevated temperature, radiation and combinations thereof, wherein the adhesive composition has t-peel values at 4.
Through this agitation and mixing method, castings are gently cleaned, excellent heat transfer occurs for a cooler casting, and sand lumps are reduced for a homogeneous return sand.