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.
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mechanochemical

(ˌmɛkənəʊˈkɛmɪkəl)
adj
involving the conversion of chemical energy into mechanical energy
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These new findings thus revealed that core polarity proteins like Par3 steer mechanochemical networks essential to keep a healthy self-renewal capacity.
Sarami, Synthesis and structural characterization of nano-sized nickel ferrite obtained by mechanochemical process, Ceram.
The present study was aimed to evaluate the effect of surface pre-treatment of denture bases with chemical, mechanical, and a combination of mechanochemical methods on the tensile bond strength of two different acrylic permanent resilient liners.
Among the different strategies to produce graphene, the lower price and ease of production of mass produced graphene obtained by mechanochemical exfoliation of graphite are also attracting the attention of the industries [25].
The vital activities of eukaryotic cells are supported by various highly organized mechanochemical structures.
Identification of a mechanochemical checkpoint and negative feedback loop regulating branching morphogenesis.
Its interaction with other intermediate filaments proteins provides a continuous network in the cytoskeleton that maintains a spatial relationship between the contractile apparatus and other structural elements of the cell, allowing the maintenance of cell integrity, efficient transmission of force and mechanochemical signaling within the cell (Goldfarb & Dalakas).
Fang, "Influence of nickel-based alloys' mechanical properties on mechanochemical effect at crack tip in high temperature water environments," Rare Metal Materials & Engineering, vol.
Boey, "Progress in synthesis of ferroelectric ceramic materials via high-energy mechanochemical technique," Progress in Materials Science, vol.
Sato, "Mechanochemical synthesis of SrTi[O.sub.3-x][F.sub.x] with high visible light photocatalytic activities for nitrogen monoxide destruction," Journal of Materials Chemistry, vol.
We have chosen titanium as an implant material used for the prosthesis in this case because of its high biocompatibility, good mechanochemical properties, and lightweight nature.