Mechanico-chemical

Me`chan`i`co-chem´ic`al


a.1.Pertaining to, connected with, or dependent upon, both mechanics and chemistry; - said especially of those sciences which treat of such phenomena as seem to depend on the laws both of mechanics and chemistry, as electricity and magnetism.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The mean surface roughness value was compared within the groups according to the surface modification, namely, mechanical (Groups A and B), chemical (Groups C and D), and mechanico-chemical (Groups E and F) groups.
In the present study, mechanico-chemical groups (SLA) have shown the highest roughness values (3.231 [micro]m, Group F, and 2.24 [micro]m, Group E.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian researchers at Isfahan University of Technology took an important step to eliminate the fragility problem seen in the alumina-based composites through mechanico-chemical method.
Herein, we provide evidence that exogenous supplementation of NE following mechanico-chemical renal denervation in SHR retains characteristic antidiuretic and antinatriuretic effects.
But it must be kept in mind that the teleological relation is the self-superseding movement that external objectivity the mechanico-chemical sphere-has shown itself to be, and so is nothing apart from that sphere.
(74) External objectivity only seemed to be something external to purposive activity the very indifferent externality of the mechanico-chemical sphere itself is nothing other than the activity of the teleological relation realizing itself as purposive.
However, it still appears as if the teleological relation allows the mechanico-chemical process to transpire, only thus realizing itself as purposive.
(8.) WE Watson, "Mechanico-chemical reactions of polymers, " abstract of Die Makromolekulare Chemic, Volume 34, Issue 1, October 1959, pp.