interparticle

interparticle

(ˌɪntəˈpɑːtɪkəl)
adj
(General Physics) physics occurring between two particles
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A more uniform structure, very fine particle sizes, decreased and more uniform interparticle distances, and reinforced EPDM phase resulted in a significant increase in elongation at break in TPVT3 and specially TPVI3.
De Oro et al., "Interparticle neck connections in innovative insulated iron powder compounds," Acta Physica Polonica A, vol.
(21) The difference in adsorb layer thicknesses, interparticle distance, and bridging of disperse phases by adsorbed HEUR associates led to a greater viscosity in smaller particle latex coatings.
Nevertheless, for the systems under investigation here, it was found in an another project that nanoparticles with diameters of 120 nm and identical interparticle distances did nearly not change their coercive fields and retained a collective intermediate onion state which is necessary for the creation of quaternary memory devices [14].
An SEM can show the binding characteristics of the liner membrane, and it was used to observe the physical changes in the interparticle interactions due to hydration with different solutions.
The interparticle distances of the filler must be small enough to allow for formation of conductive paths across one measurement surface to the other.
Figure 10b presents a film in which, due to the annealing, interparticle voids disappear, which gives rise to a long mean free (<a>) and the longest optical (s) paths.
Coatings produced this way reportedly have high bond strength because interparticle adhesion is high.