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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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Following the completion of the ion exchange stage of processing, which will produce purified lithium chloride eluate, the eluate will then enter a lithium carbonate process followed by washing with deionized water, drying, and then being micronised using a jet mill.
We hypothesised that the incorporation of micronised elemental S ([S.sup.0]) in urea granules may decrease N[H.sub.3]-N losses as a function of the acidification effect caused by the oxidation of [S.sup.0] (Stamford et al.
"All kinds of food packaging and publication inks can benefit from a predominantly-bio-based micronised wax that makes sure they will not rub off.
Daflon (micronised flavonoids) is a phlebotrophic agent that increases the duration of contraction of veins, [8] decreases production of prostaglandins responsible for inflammatory process.9 And increases lymphatic drainage.
The contract has been signed to commercialise Utrogestan (micronised natural progesterone; 200mg vaginal capsules) in Canada.
A DPI is a breath-actuated device containing micronised drug particles with a mass median aerodynamic diameter of <5 [micro]m.
The Michelin North America, a subsidiary of Michelin, is commemorating a decade of business with Lehigh Technologies, a Georgia-based company that manufactures Micronised Rubber Powders (MRPs).
Women were randomly allocated to one of three groups: Group A (E2+MPA) (1 mg/day estradiol continuous plus 4 mg/ day medroxyprogesterone acetate for the last 12 days of each 30-day cycle), Group B (E2 + MP) (1 mg/ day estradiol continuous plus 100 mg/day micronised progesterone for the last 12 days of each 30-day cycle) or Group C (C.
Also, the flower farm routinely applied other chemicals for pest control in addition to the seasonal fumigation, including thiovit (micronised sulfur), ([paragraph]) copper oxychloride, ** and trigard, ([dagger][dagger]) all of which can cause eye, skin, and respiratory tract irritation.
Micronised hydrocortisone ~50 um, dibutyl phthalate, and acetone were obtained from Sigma Aldrich, USA.
Knowland, "The effects of manganese doping on UVA absorption and free radical generation of micronised titanium dioxide and its consequences for the photostability of UVA absorbing organic sunscreen components," Photochemical & Photobiological Sciences, vol.
Micronised titanium dioxide offers UVA protection beyond EU standards, and Tinosorb A2B, one of the most modern sun protection ingredients developed to date, offers protection beyond the usual UV spectrum.