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coalescence

 [ko″ah-les´ens]
a fusion or blending of parts.

co·a·les·cence

(kō'ă-les'ents),
Fusion of originally separate parts.
Synonym(s): concrescence (1)

coalescence

/co·a·les·cence/ (ko″ah-les´ens) the fusion or blending of parts.

co·a·les·cence

(kō'ă-les'ĕns)
Fusion of originally separate parts.
Synonym(s): concrescence (1) .

coalescence

a fusion or blending of parts.
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Therefore, several strategies have been developed to control the coalescence stability, rheology and its effects over the stability of food emulsion [10, 13, 14].
Hence the particles were only partially wetted by the PIB or by the PS, and hence adsorbed at the bubble surfaces, thus preventing bubble coalescence and stabilizing the foams.
Therefore the bubble coalescence is occurring lately.
In the case of symmetrical trees, the traditional analysis allows for the use of the coalescence procedure (Olmsted, 1983) which, as illustrated later, reduces the number of operations needed to obtain the solution without affecting the number of operations needed to reprocess probabilities.
Furthermore, languages rely on morphophonemic processes such as glide formation, vowel deletion, vowel coalescence and consonant (usually glide) epenthesis to resolve hiatus (see Casali, 1996, 1997).
In our study, we found that coalescence events are frequently involved in the early stage of nanocrystal growth and yet monodisperse nanocrystals are still formed," he added.
The quantitative calculation of the evolution of the PSD presupposes a good knowledge of the droplet/particle breakage and coalescence mechanisms.
Finally, treatment of the cells with PLE prevented UV-induced morphological changes in human fibroblasts, namely disorganisation of F-actin-based cytoskeletal structures, coalescence of the tubulin cytoskeleton and mislocalization of adhesion molecules such as cadherins and integrins.
This latex also has good freeze/thaw stability, chemical and corrosion resistance, early moisture resistance and low temperature coalescence.
Other topics that will be covered: sustainability as it relates to paper, sustainability as it relates to packaging, nano dispersion technology, Spatial Variations of Print Density, Stability & Coalescence of Emulsion Polymers, Green Printing from a Digital Printing Perspective and the latest information on REACH & other regulatory issues.
All grades are constructed with the proven technology of borosilicate microfiberglass that offers the highest level of coalescence at the lowest pressure drop.