mechanochemical


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mech·a·no·chem·i·cal

 (mĕk′ə-nō-kĕm′ĭ-kəl)
adj.
Of or relating to conversion of chemical energy into mechanical work.

mechanochemical

(ˌmɛkənəʊˈkɛmɪkəl)
adj
involving the conversion of chemical energy into mechanical energy
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In fact, mechanochemical devulcanization of vulcanized NR, SBR, and GRT was carried out by an eco-friendly renewable resource material containing dially disulfide as a major constituent and the performance of the devulcanized rubber obtained through this process indicates the effectiveness of the devulcanizing agent in the product applications [7-10].
These include glue, where veins are simply sealed with a special glue, and mechanochemical ablation (MOCA, also called Clarivein).
23, 25, 27) The division of mitochondria and plastids involves a dynamic trio: an FtsZ ring of bacterial origin, electron dense MD/PD rings, and eukaryotic mechanochemical dynamin rings.
Mechanochemical fracture of the components of wood cutting equipment, Materials Science 50(1): 148-155.
Conclusion: Mechanochemical assisted extraction can create a substantial impact to ecofriendly processing of medicinal plants.
Fabrication of copper-alumina nanocomposites by mechanochemical routes [J].
Wang M, Bi W, Huang X, Chen Dda Y (2016) Ball mill assisted rapid mechanochemical extraction method for natural products from plants.
Wirelessly powered micromachines will modulate local mechanochemical signaling within the tissues and move through fibrillar scaffolds.
Different methods such as sol-gel processing (7), homogeneous precipitation (8), mechanical milling (9), organometallic synthesis (10), microwave method (11), spray pyrolysis (12), thermal evaporation (13) and mechanochemical synthesis (14) can be used for synthesis of ZnO nanoparticles.
Direct observation of the mechanochemical coupling in myosin Va during processive movement.
Mowdood of Pirelli Tyre SpA (retired) and Robert Hans Schuster of the Deutsches Institut fur Kautschuktechnologie, will include the following presentations: "Surface modification of ground tire rubber by mechanochemical modification and its application in SBR/NR blends," Peter Djekic, University of Nis, Serbia; and "Discrete, surface modified carbon nanotube rubber materials for improved mechanical properties," Sateesh Peddini, August Krupp and Stephen Hoenig, Molecular Rebar Design LLC.
Wang, "Enhance hydration properties of steel slag using grinding aids by mechanochemical effect," Construction and Building Materials, vol.