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nu·cle·ate

(nū'klē-āt),
A salt of a nucleic acid.
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nucleate

(no͞o′klē-ĭt, nyo͞o′-)
adj.
Nucleated.
v. (-āt′) nucle·ated, nucle·ating, nucle·ates
v.tr.
1. To bring together into a nucleus.
2. To act as a nucleus for.
3. To provide a nucleus for.
v.intr.
To form a nucleus.

nu′cle·a′tion n.
nu′cle·a′tor n.
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nu·cle·ate

(nū'klē-ăt)
A salt of a nucleic acid.
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nucleate

Possessing a NUCLEUS.
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The viscosity of three solutions with 1.5, 2.5, and 3wt% nucleating agent added was changed by adding a thickener.
[beta]-Quinacridone (ER-01) acted as a strong a nucleating agent, whereas [gamma]-quinacridone (E5B) may be described as a low efficiency [beta]-phase nucleating agent.
Table 1: Sample formulations of neat PBAT and PBAT/PLA biodegradable composite films with various types of nucleating agent and different levels of PLA and TDI.
Chen, Crystallization Behavior of Biodegradable Poly(L-lactic acid) Filled with a Powerful Nucleating Agent-N, N'-Bis(benzoyl) Suberic Acid Dihydrazide, J.
However, the PLLA/1% TTAD displays higher nucleation speed and more spherulite during the initial stages of crystallization, and the number of spherulites of PLLA/1% TTAD increases faster than that of neat PLLA; it also indicates that TTAD as a powerful nucleating agent can improve the crystallization performance of PLLA again.
We studied nucleating activity in soil collected from extant C.
* NUC-138 nucleating agent for PP induces a higher crystallization temperature in the resin, which decreases the cooling time in molding.
The microstructure consists of soft regions of entangled chains and hard regions of lamellae or spherulites anchored to nanoparticle nucleating agents.
Amides have attracted more and more interests in recent years due to their antioxidative [1], highly active antiretroviral properties [2] and nucleating properties [3], etc.
Milliken will also demonstrate the benefits of its nucleating agent Hyperform HPN-600ei for better transparency and excellent visual appearance, lightweighting, and PET/PS replacement in thermoforming cups and trays.