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polydisperse

(ˌpɒlɪdɪˈspɜːs)
adj
(Chemistry) chem having colloidal particles
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A new method to evaluate polydisperse kaolinite clay particle removal in roughing filtration using colloid filtration theory.
The key difference from capillary force assisted colloid assembly procedures [7,8,17-19] is the ability to obtain dense non-touching arrays from initially polydisperse suspensions of irregularly shaped particles.
A sharp shear thinning behavior is observed for the polydisperse plastisol formulation Fl with a slope discontinuity above 100 [s.
Silicon nanocrystals (ncSi) produced by current methods are polydisperse, meaning that producing them results in particles of different sizes at the nanoscale--from one to 100 nanometres --with one to five nanometres showing the greatest quantum effects.
Regardless of the cure mechanism, the polysiloxane components can be described as polydisperse, and the silicone elastomers formed from them typically have tensile strengths of 500-1,000 psi, with elongations of 100-1,000%.
Therefore, the development of rather simple and inexpensive system which would provide considerable improvement of gas stream cleaning of polydisperse dust is important and actual problem.
Tenders are invited for Supply of mono & polydisperse atomizer aerosol generator
Initially, a crude mixture containing polydisperse Au nanoparticles was prepared in a modified version of the previous report (15).
The electrophoretic profile also showed similar mobility of both polysulfated on gel, in which M I exhibited a single band; therefore, it was a homogeneous crude SPs extract in charge density than that obtained from the M II which revealed a polydisperse crude SPs extract and weak metachromasia, suggesting a low sulfate content in the sample (RODRIGUES et al.