agglomerating


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agglomerating

(1) Aggregating. 
(2) Agglutinating
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The new technology, known as resonant macrosonic synthesis, would offer a number of advantages if used in acoustic compressors for household refrigerators, in small turbines for generating electricity, and in chambers for separating, agglomerating, levitating, mixing, or pulverizing materials, Lucas says.
Nano Cluster Devices is now able to deliver a stenciling technology whereby nanoclusters are used to build narrow wires without agglomerating or clogging the stencil.
The most common agglomerating agent is cement which also provides protective alkalinity for the cyanide solutions.