microdrop

microdrop

(mī′krō-drŏp″)
1. A tiny drop of fluid.
2. One sixtieth of a milliliter (ml).
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In the spray mode (b), however, we can find that the drop size is drastically reduced to a microdrop at the tip of the cone because of the suppression of the surface tension as [LAMBDA] increases.
Atmospheric humidity induces formation of microdrop condensation around the main deposited drops on the glass substrate.
Pollination drop and microdrop secretions in Cedrus.
The microdrop is formulated with biotinylated matrix molecules at a reduced ratio of biotin to matrix molecules compared with previous formulations.
The microdrop method (10) was used to culture the eggs in a drop (about 10 [micro]l) of seawater.
The methodology used in these experiments was based on the modified microdrop assay (Nishijima et al.
The award for Best Student Poster was given to Manon Losier, department of chemistry, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB (Supervisor: Professor Frederick Cantwell, FCIC) for her poster entitled 'Metal Ion Speciation by Metal-Ligand Microdrop Solvent Extraction: Avoiding Perturbing Effects'.
About two years ago Packard acquired a German company called Microdrop, which had been spun off from the ink jet printer operations at Philips.
As soon as you put that microdrop in there, it starts to expand," says plant manager Mike McNamara.
This 42-page report provides detailed analyses of current and emerging hematology and flow cytometry technologies, and their potential market applications, including IT and robotics, lasers, monoclonal antibodies, molecular diagnostics, microdrop and others