submicronic

sub·mi·cron·ic

(sŭb'mī-kron'ik),
Smaller than 1 mcm.
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Tirado, Submicronic particles of manganese carbonate prepared in reverse micelles: A new electrode material for lithium-ion batteries.
4 While inertial impaction occurs in the upper airways and in the first few generations of bronchi, distally, as the cross-sectional area of the airways increases, airflow velocity decreases and becomes more laminar and deposition of the inhaled submicronic particles becomes dependant on gravitational sedimentation4, provided that they are not exhaled.
As of yet, a good compatibility can impart with well-distributed/dispersed particles as submicronic domains [41, 44, 45] with low extent of internal cavitation of the rubber under mechanical testing.
Keystone Filter, a Met-Pro Filtration/ Purification Technologies Company, has introduced a patent-pending line of 222 Giant industrial filter housings and cartridges that offer submicronic filtration in a low cost, high surface area configuration, with a unique double 222 o-ring seal to ensure integrity and safety.
The principle of developing (super)plasticity through SPD relies on the properties varying inversely with the submicronic grain size.
Smits, "Impact of silane on dispersion and performance of submicronic filled polymers.
The latest upgrade and modernisation of CRL's Townsville copper refinery has included the addition of five new Larox polishing filters (four LSF-C24 and one LSF-C12 unit) which will be used to filter micronic and submicronic anode shines from the electrolyte used in the electro-refining process.
The centrifugal separators remove submicronic contaminants from the plant atmosphere at the source, minimizing problems encountered with old-style units such as unsightly ductwork, obstruction of lighting, and excessive maintenance.
and its subsidiaries, leaders in water filtration and purification, will incorporate Poly-Bio-Marine's patented and trademarked molecular absorption and submicronic filter media on a world-wide basis into its existing Di-tech cartridge line as well as its existing line of purification systems to include consumer products, food service systems, industrial and wastewater treatment applications.
Composite Material Based On Polyamide And Submicronic Mineral Particles: No.
Organosilanes are widely used in filled polymer composites to help the dispersion of fillers, including submicronic fillers.
They are produced by the combination of high shear forces to break up the emulsion into submicronic monomer droplets and a surfactant/co-stabilizer system to delay the monomer diffusion from the submicronic monomer droplets (10), (11).