adhesional

adhesional

(ədˈhiːʒənəl)
adj
relating to adhesion
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Moreover, by de-constructing states' foreign and security policy in the light of Europeanization studies, it is interesting to note the differences identified as regards the optics before and after the UE accession, with the rhetorics oriented towards justifying or even legitimising unpopular policies through European conditionality before the accession and registering a top-down permeability of European practice and ideas, and the change in the course of action following the accession with the pursuit of an adhesional bottom-up drive towards the imposition of domestic issues on the European agenda (Miniotaite, 2011: 101-n/a).
Natural history of adhesional small bowel obstruction : counting the cost.
14) It is able to remove the smear layer, which facilitates the penetration of adhesives, thereby enhancing the adhesional properties of restorative materials, without compromising on the shear bond strength.
Colon redundancy and adhesional obstruction after colonic interposition for corrosive esophageal burns, leading to poor quality of life and malnutrition in young adults, often require surgical revision.
3,4,11) Direct apoptosis of tumor cells, adhesional inhibition of malignant cells to, and over, bone matrix in vitro, and inhibition of various metal-loproteinases involved in cancer growth and metastasis in vitro have also been shown.
As a result, we can expect not only acute merits such as less pain, rapid recovery, short hospital stay and better cosmesis, but also late merits such as a lower risk of incisional hernia and adhesional ileus.
Among the listed properties, the E-modulus is the most important factor for characterizing the adhesional friction component.
However, testing results revealed a characteristic length scale of ~6 nm for the adhesional friction on a smooth glass surface and a characteristic length scale of ~0.
But, in derivation of the aforementioned interfacial free energy equations, the acid-base role in formation of an adhesional contact was almost ignored (21).
1 Effect of PTFE on the Reduction of Adhesional Friction and Wear
Further, rheological effects should be mentioned as resulting from more dense packing of charged particles in the layer (the higher the integral charge, the greater the density of the electrically deposited layer) and, correspondingly, from the greater area of adhesional interaction of the components.
For instance, identification of oxides on a metal surface becomes more meaningful if the nature of the interaction that increases the adhesional force from the oxide may be identified.