diffluent

Related to diffluent: disfluent, confluence

diffluent

(ˈdɪflʊənt)
adj
flowing, esp flowing apart or away in different directions
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The Ruolanda slag is mainly composed of matte [5, 6], along with a small amount of copper oxide, copper, and traces of diffluent copper salts.
Reference [24] suggested looking at several other parameters, including the 1000-500 hPa thickness for a diffluent pattern when forecasting a heavy rainfall event.
It was demonstrated that the neural precursors derived from ES cells which were cultured for five days had the best adhesion on the gold films and were carried out with the maximum differentiation on gold films with surface roughness of standard deviation 21 nm without any conventional diffluent neurotrophic factor.
The attenuation was set at a nitrogen diffluent ratio of 1:50, hydrogen flow was 30 mL/min, airflow was 365 mL/min, injector temperature was 250[degrees]C, column temperature was 150[degrees]C and detector temperature was 220[degrees]C.