microparticle


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microparticle

(ˈmaɪkrəʊˌpɑːtɪkəl)
n
a very small particle
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Differences in microparticle release in patients withacute coronary syndrome and stable angina.
2] nanoparticles significantly increased compared to microparticle groups in which a significant decrease was observed.
His original approach, he connected with the transfer of wave-particle duality of light (its simultaneous duality of particles and waves) on the microparticle substances with a rest mass.
The company's patented MicroParticle technology combined with its SureFlow system is said to deliver on the needs of the tire mold cleaning industry by addressing the material and complexity of the mold, the valves and vents, the integration of the system in the existing environment, the press downtime, safety, noise and the environmentally responsible cleaning project.
The resulted ASF microparticle suspensions were lyophilized using a freezing dryer.
A detachable chamber is placed on top of a fingertip and a gas-powered microparticle blasted through it towards the skin, according toAaAaAeAeAaAeAeA Goog application filed with the U.
11-15) The microparticle format increases product stability while expanding versatility in applications and the ability for long-term use when compared to the volatile liquids.
Differences in microparticle release in patients with acute coronary syndrome and stable angina.
Dr Charles Courtney from the Bath University's department of mechanical engineering said: "We have shown that sophisticated microparticle manipulation is possible using a relatively simple desktop apparatus that can be used with a standard microscope system.
However, these applications require very uniform microparticle sizes.