monophase


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monophase

(ˈmɒnəʊˌfeɪz)
n
(Chemistry) chem a type of matter or a compound that contains only one phase or a clear-cut and unattached type of matter
adj
1. (General Physics) Also : monophasic having a single alternating electric current
2. (Chemistry) chem having or containing one phase or a clear-cut and unattached type of matter
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Circuit breaker installation: Single phase - 15200, Three phase - 1840 pcs; Installation of a new electrometer: Monophase - 7600, Three-phase - 920; Installation of a new watch - 400 pcs .
475 mL of chloroform, the sample tube was vortexed vigorously to obtain a monophase mixture.
04, the samples have the monophase cubic spinel structure while for y [greater than or equal to]0.
Different techniques such as single copper band system, monophase, single-step and double-step have been accounted for making of impression for fixed partial denture.
The three muscles followed monophase kinetics of pH decline without existing overlapping among their values such as that observed in muscles of other species.
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OTC: WSFL) has entered into an agreement to acquire all intellectual properties of Monophase LLC in a cash and stock deal, the company said on Friday.
When fluid flow in monophase, and it has enough velocity to keep particles hanging, particles in formation move within porous media; unless they are kept by closed paths of porous media network.
The cured DACA/pDGEBA mixture exhibits a single sharp tan [delta] peak, demonstrating that it might have a monophase structure.
In this paper, We have focused on the study of photovoltaic wind production of electrical energy optimization as well as its transfer to the monophase electrical network supply through an inverter with minimum possible losses.