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encapsulation

 [en-kap″su-la´shun]
enclosure within a capsule.

en·cap·su·la·tion

(en-kap'sū-lā'shŭn),
Enclosure in a capsule or sheath.
[L. in + capsula, dim. of capsa, box]

en·cap·su·la·tion

(en-kap'sū-lā'shŭn)
Enclosure in a capsule or sheath.
[L. in + capsula, dim. of capsa, box]

encapsulation

enclosed within capsule or sheath

encapsulation

enclosure within a capsule.
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Of all the shell materials used for food encapsulation, emulsifiers and lipids are applied as advanced encapsulation techniques such as micro- & nano-encapsulations.
In the conventional method with liquid encapsulation materials, it took a certain period of time until the liquid was completely set solid, so that the phosphor material inside the liquid sedimentate to the bottom in the process and they caused variation of a finished LED's color.
New encapsulation technologies include: spray freezing, fluid bed, pan coating and coacervation.
Applications: Electrical/electronic encapsulation, conventional transfer molding Features: Soft close, electric heating, transfer velocity and pressure profiles, adjustable pressure, automatic ejectors, color touchscreen control, closed-loop control system.
Check out the tolerances of the finished encapsulation shells.
In contrast to thermoset powders, thermoplastic encapsulation resins are supplied in the form of dust-free pellets.
Robertet Flavors' Stabil-Lok powder system is a proprietary encapsulation process that locks flavor in a protective matrix.
tabida strain that Kraaijeveld and van Alphen (1995) used in their large survey of encapsulation reactions in European Drosophila.
By contrast, the TAM concludes that the taxpayer's encapsulation expenses did not appreciably increase the value of the warehouse, did not substantially increase its useful life, and did not adapt the property to a new or different use.
Production will be based on technology transfers from two leading German manufacturers: Saar-Gummiwerk, a major rubber supplier to European auto manufacturers, and Pfaff GmbH, which produces the injection molding tooling for glass encapsulation now used by most European automakers.