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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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The delaminated reticulum treated with ionic detergent (0.
As Perkalite needs to be delaminated in the polymer, correct compounding is required in order to achieve the maximum flame retardant performance.
A hologram duplicating method and apparatus whereby a photosensitive material film is continuously and smoothly brought into close contact with the surface of a hologram original plate, and the film is effectively delaminated after a duplicating process.
At least one layer of an inherently breathable, elastic polymer film retracts and the at least one filled film layer of the polyolefin-based plastic polymer buckles so the laminate has a lofty structure and the elastic polymer film is partially delaminated from at least one filled film layer of the polyolefin-based plastic polymer.
The damages bill included broken booms, delaminated hulls, broken bulkheads, shredded sails and destroyed navigation gear after the fleet endured days of hellish conditions.
They produce exceptional edge quality, free of frayed or delaminated areas, which minimizes costly secondary finishing.
The architect sees the walls of this low-budget domestic project as a series of delaminated layers (concrete cave, stacked shelving, milky shell and soft skin) into which the different spaces of the house slide.
The brochure includes discussion on the importance of brightness, finishing forms and engineering (beneficiation) when selecting a waterwashed, delaminated, treated or calcined clay.
The brochure includes discussion on the importance of brightness, particle size, finishing forms and engineering when selecting either a water-washed, delaminated, treated or calcined clay.
Delaminated organoclay layers can form a three-dimensional network and this is responsible for viscosity build and gelation of an organic system.
After those had dried, we measured the force required to delaminated them.
These dielectrics, however, are soft, fragile, and can be easily scratched and delaminated during chemical mechanical planarization.