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tr.v. mi·cron·ized, mi·cron·iz·ing, mi·cron·iz·es
To reduce to particles that are only a few microns in diameter.
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(ˈmaɪkrəʊˌnaɪz) or


vb (tr)
(Chemical Engineering) to reduce (a material) to a very fine powder, esp to particles only a few microns in diameter
ˌmicroniˈzation, ˌmicroniˈsation n
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With the addition of this site, the company expands its capacity for manufacturing highly potent compounds, and adds capabilities to support solid-state chemistry, micronisation, and eventually, commercial spray drying.
In fact, with the micronisation of electronics and LEDs, a number of elements can be encapsulated in LED products.
Micronisation of chicken manure is necessary for an efficient filtration of the suspended particles by daphnids.
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26 July 2012 - Swiss private equity company Cross Equity Partners AG said it had taken over a majority stake in local micronisation specialist Micro-Macinazione SA without providing financial details.