containerless

containerless

(kənˈteɪnəlɪs)
adj
having no container
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(4.) Anderson, DM, Worster, MG, Davis, SH, "The Case for a Dynamic Contact Angle in Containerless Solidification." J.
In comparison to the conventional evaporation-condensation methods, the main advantages of the FL method are high purity of the product (due to the containerless nature of the process) and high production rate (due to the rapid heating and continuous manner of the method).
A major impediment to the process is thermal interaction with a container wall, so electromagnetic and electrostatic levitation techniques have been developed for containerless undercooling and solidification of molten metals and alloys.
Containerless vitrification of mammalian oocytes and embryos.
Successful birth after transfer of vitrified human blastocysts with use of a cryoloop containerless technique.
Richard (Rick) Weber, director of the Glass Products Division of Containerless Research Inc, the small company that invented and produces the glass in Evanston, IL.
While many vermiculturists keep their worms in special bins, I've devised a containerless method that works just as well or better.
An apparatus called the Electromagnetic Containerless Processing Facility (referred to by its German acronym TEMPUS) flew on two shuttle missions in 1994 and the summer of 1997.
This was a joint project between Canada, the United States, and Germany which studied containerless processing of semiconductor materials using the float zone technique.
Containerless, or levitation, melting was one of the technological highlights demonstrated at INCAST Roundup'90.
Containerless solidification is an important technique for producing ultrapure materials.