lattice formation

lattice formation

Etymology: OFr, lattis, geometric design
a three-dimensional cross-linked structure formed by the reaction of polyvalent antigens with antibodies.
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It is important to reiterate that this cycle of lattice formation and reformation can be repeated indefinitely without fade.
The unit processes, including nucleation, growth, transition lattice formation, etc.
The lattice formation of the reef is designed to replicate a natural coral reef, and works to stimulate the local ecosystem by improving the existing seabed habitat, providing additional shelter for marine life, and encouraging biodiversity.
The lattice formation of the reef has been designed to replicate a natural coral reef, and works to stimulate the local ecosystem by improving the existing seabed habitat, providing additional shelter for marine life, and encouraging biodiversity.
Algebraic methods of lattice formation are the most appropriate ones to formulate the structured rectangular lattice for discretisation of the target airspace.
Immediately after injection, the polymer undergoes a temperature-stimulated phase transition from liquid to solid, with lattice formation, that physically contains the yttrium-90 microspheres and inhibits redistribution away from the injection site.