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micronize

(mī′krō-nīz)
To pulverize a substance into particles only a few micra in size.

micronize

an industrial process of heating grain or pharmaceuticals with microwaves from infrared burners and then rolling to achieve a standard size. The purpose is to produce a dry, free-flowing product.
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Higher progesterone levels may be an indicator of ensured ovulation or increased bioavailability of micronised progesterone administered for luteal support.
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These luxurious long lasting eye shadows are part of the StageLine's professional make-up range and are formulated using micronised pigments that provide intense colour and full coverage within seconds of application
Lehigh's micronised rubber powder technology (MRP) has been used in the production of more than 250m tyres and the company counts among its customers six of the ten biggest tyre manufacturers.
Last year's significant investment in extrusion equipment to produce high-quality 100 percent recycled PVC-U pellet and micronised PVC-U (pulver) from end-of-life PVC-U windows for use in new goods also created extra jobs at VEKA Recycling.
He recommends using a micronised zinc oxide containing SPF 15 broad-spectrum sunscreen instead.
Chicken manure was micronised by grinding and required quantity was dissolved in distilled water to get suspensions of 500 ppt for fertilisation of culture medium.
Micronised purified flavonoid fraction: a review of its use in chronic venous insufficiency, venous ulcers and haemorrhoids.
Micronised griseofulvin @ 20 mg/kg body weight was prescribed along with fatty meal in divided dose twice daily for four weeks.
The XRD analysis was performed on the micronised powders (+ 10% corundum as an internal standard) using an X'Pert PRO Multi Purpose Diffractometer (PANalytical B.
The company, also a manufacturer of Micronised White Minerals, plans to enhance the production capacity up to 61,800 MT per annum for Hydrous Clay, Calcined Clay and Speciality Chemicals.
Particle size analysis of micronised and unmicronised Tibolone was done using Malvern Mastersizer 2000 (Scirocco 2000) that is based on laser diffraction technique--a nondestructive, nonintrusive method, which can be used for size determination of either dry or wet samples.