rheologic


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rheologic

adjective Referring or pertaining to rheology.
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Influence of short chain amines on the stability and rheologic properties of emulsions prepared with non-ionic and anionic surfactants mixtures
King M, Gilboa A, Meyer FA, Silberberg A (1992) On the transport of mucus and its rheologic simulants in ciliated systems.
Systemic alterations in rheologic factors, including blood coagulability and whole blood viscosity as a result of exposure to PM, represent other potential mechanisms of PM toxicity (Pekkanen et al.
Tokyo, Japan, Aug 25, 2006 - (JCN) - Shimadzu Corporation has released an upgraded testing machine for use in the strength testing of materials such as resin, rubber and film, and the short stroke testing of small electronic parts, as well as for rheologic, medical and cosmetic tests.
The instrument enables a single test to be performed with one, two, or three test weights in increasing or decreasing weight order to provide initial rheological data, including shear sensitivity and initial points of the rheologic curve.
CAL induces turbulent blood flow, a rheologic phenomenon known to induce both neointimalization and atherogenesis.
6] Da, leading us to suppose that the fine structure of these polysaccharides and thus their particular hygroscopic, rheologic and viscoelastic properties may be essential for the wound-healing promoter activity observed.
Temporary hemostasis is achieved, but it is only temporary and usually inadequate, in part because of rheologic factors that tend to disturb the platelet plug.
Popular examples include Goettfert's Rheotester 500 extrusion plastomer, which is both a rheometer and a melt indexer; Dynisco's LCR 7001; Ceast's Rheologic 2500; Malvern Instruments' (Rosand) RH2100; and Thermo Electron's (Haake) RheoCap S20.
Of these three classes of cytoskeletal elements, the rheologic properties of IF networks are the most compatible with a role in structural support; moreover, mixed IF and actin networks produce a degree of resiliency and strength unattainable by either of the two alone.
As such, they have much better rheologic properties and are able to diffuse into and deliver OZ to poorly vascularized hypoxic tissues.
Goshen--The company's first product was RheoLogic for the rubber industry, followed by MooneyLogic and TensiLogic.