delaminate


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delaminate

(dē-lăm′ə-nāt′)
intr.v. delami·nated, delami·nating, delami·nates
To split into thin layers.
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Without uniformity, the layers can delaminate and cause problems with the finished catheter.
The halogen-free silicone encapsulation will not delaminate or degrade with exposure to steam, water, alcohol, UV light, mechanical abuse, autoclave or chemicals.
has been granted a patent for a pigment aqueous-medium dispersion being a dispersion of a pigment in an aqueous medium, wherein the pigment is a flaky titanic acid obtained by treating a layered titanate with an acid, reacting the treated layered titanate with an organic basic compound to swell or delaminate an interlaminar portion of the treated layered titanate and obtain an intermediate flaky titanic acid, and treating the intermediate flaky titanic acid with a metal alkoxide in an aqueous medium to obtain the flaky titanic acid, the flaky titanic acid having an average longer diameter of 5 to 30 pm and an average thickness of 0.5 to 300 nm.
A team of engineers from the National Taipei University of Technology and Lakhtakia developed a method to produce periodically multi layered materials, similar to the lens in the peacock mantis shrimp, that are suitable for waveplates in the visual light spectrum and cannot delaminate because they are manufactured as one piece.
Adhesive coating voids caused by either contamination or incomplete coating coverage can cause the wrap and substrate to delaminate over time.
To prevent pull lines showing on the hologram, a double-roller system is used to delaminate the film from the master to ensure a steady, smooth release.
When trying to pierce holes with the waterjet, the company found that due to the nature of the material--composed of separately laminated layers--the lateral forces generated from the waterjet stream would delaminate the material.
This compresses the focal plane array, causing specially designed electrical interconnects to delaminate from the rubber surface and form arcs, pinned on the ends by detector pixels.
The proprietary extrusion process used to manufacture these cables produces a one-piece silicone encapsulation that will not delaminate or degrade due to vibration or exposure to oils or chemicals.
After shutting down the aircraft, the crew found that one of the blades had begun to delaminate. The blade's skin was peeled back 1.5 inches, exposing the blade skin to the wind line.
should I take back my delight delaminate what wing was joy but oh my
Schober USA announces new literature on its Dragon technology for converting multi-layered self-adhesive products in a single pass, the MLPP-5.The heart of the system is a central converting drum with five processing stations to laminate, delaminate or diecut materials like film and foil, pressure sensitive paperstock and textiles.