coalescense

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coalescense

n. coalescencia, fusión de dos o más partes.
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For instance, in Series A, the MC propagation and coalescense are along the shortest rock bridge (rotating compared with that of samples with lower joint inclinations), and the total length of the sheared rock bridges decreases with the joint inclination increasing from 90[degrees] to 150[degrees].
In essence, this difference originates from the variation of crack propagation and coalescense paths.
The push from the market to further reduce the VOC content (by reducing the organic solvent content) and obtain environmentally friendlier paint formulations can have a negative influence on the film quality, resulting in a poor particle coalescense, poor barrier properties, and therefore, an early failure of the coatings.