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PPG Industries has been granted a patent for a coating composition comprised of a continuous phase comprised of water and a dispersed phase comprised of a microgel having a mean particle size of greater than 50 nanometers to 900 nanometers and formed from reactants comprised of no more than 5% by weight, based on the total weight of the reactants, of a multi-ethylenically unsaturated compound, and a plurality of monoethylenically unsaturated compounds selected so as to provide a copolymer having a calculated Tg of greater than 100[degrees] C and comprised of a cycloaliphatic (meth)acrylate.
All of the models outlined in the book agree with the known results of DNS and LES of the continuous phase combined with Lagrangian trajectory simulation of the disperse phase.
4, the rate of flocculation is governed by diffusion-limited aggregation kinetics (DLA) wherein the rate of flocculation is proportional to the number of particles per unit volume and inversely proportional to the viscosity of the continuous phase. When an energy barrier exists, as pictured in Fig.
The top of the photo shows the oil continuous phase with a number of water droplets of various sizes ranging from 1 to 10 ?m.
This capability supports any constant envelope or continuous phase modulation, meaning any analog FM or digital FM, and can eliminate the need for in-phase and quadrature digital-to-analog converters, quadrature upeonverters and IF filters from the transmitter portion of the system.
Margarine is a water-in-oil emulsion, meaning that the oil is a continuous phase into which the water is dispersed in droplets.
The makeup base is comprised of a water-containing aqueous phase as a continuous phase. The water-containing aqueous phase contains vinyl acetate polymer, polyhydric alcohol and hydrophilic nonionic surfactant.
Generally, an oil phase (dispersed phase), an aqueous phase (continuous phase) and emulsifiers (such as surfactants) are required.
Scientists at the University of Kentucky tested their hypothesis that steric hindrance and interfacial myofibrillar proteins, when compared with the continuous phase, can more effectively protect oil droplets against oxidative changes.
He covers basic principles of multi-carrier communication systems, multiple input multiple output OFDM space-time block coding systems, peak to average power ratio using a selective mapping scheme, performance evaluation of the OFDM and single-carrier scheme with frequency domain equalization (SC-FDE) systems using continuous phase modulation (CPM), a chaotic interleaving scheme for the CPM-OFDM and CPM-SC-FDE systems, efficient image transmission over OFDM-based and multiple-carrier code division multiple access based systems, and efficient image transmission over single-carrier-frequency division multiple access based systems.
The dispersed phase was pre-dispersed into the continuous phase in the charging component.
The continuous phase has a 40[degrees]C glass transition, indicating a polylactide homopolymer; this continuous phase can be oriented, changing the implant's properties.

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