microsphere


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microsphere

(ˈmaɪkrəʊˌsfɪə)
n
a very small medical particle, containing a diagnostic or therapeutic agent, that is injected into the blood
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High-Temperature Thermal Stability of DCA Microsphere The DCA microsphere solution was placed in a high-temperature reaction tank.
com)-- A new report has been added to the database of the Market Research Hub (MRH), titled "Global Ceramic Microsphere Industry 2016, Trends and Forecast Report.
AkzoNobel is opening a new Expancel microsphere production line within its paint and coatings complex in Jundiai, Sao Paulo State, with the aim of serving both the Brazilian and regional market demand.
We were successful with large microspheres in initial trials and need to bring down the microsphere size for the proposed use in tissue engineering for the TMJ, especiallyfor use with the animal models for early stage (rabbit) and pre-clinical studies (pig) beyond my project scope.
The measurement of dye absorption with the suspension inside the integrating sphere detector required a correction for dye fluorescence which yielded an estimate of the microsphere fluorescence quantum yield.
The rate of microsphere degradation and, therefore, cell differentiation, can be tailored by the degree to which the microsphere are crosslinked.
Microsphere Technology coats borosilicate glass microspheres and aluminosilicate ceramic cenospheres with coatings based on metals, metal oxides, pigments, and dyes.
In the late 1980s, 3M introduced a glass microsphere with an isostatic crush strength of 10,000 psi, more than twice as strong as any previously available.
This performance additive, called iM30K, is said to be the first hollow glass microsphere capable of withstanding injection molding and extrusion pressures of 30,000 psi.
Using simplified geometric models that represent the ends of the fibers as shallow cups or flexible strips, the scientists calculated that from 26 to 59 of the fibers would have to cling to each microsphere to keep it from sticking to the wall as the gecko steps away.
The microsphere preparation was carried out without the secondary emulsification step in batches 5 and 6.