microspherical

microspherical

(ˌmaɪkrəʊˈsfɛrɪkəl)
adj
relating to or designating a microsphere
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All the composites' char layers contain some flake-like structures on their surfaces with some microspherical "beads" embedded within the char [50].
Core shell microspherical Ti-Zr-[O.sub.2] solid solution photocatalyst directly from ultrasonic spray pyrolysis.
Wang, "Pulsed electrodeposition of reduced graphene oxide on glass carbon electrode as an effective support of electrodeposited Pt microspherical particles: nucleation studies and the application for methanol electro-oxidation," International Journal of Electrochemical Science, vol.
Microspherical lactose crystals were prepared by the supercritical carbon dioxide (scC[O.sub.2]) fluid approach in the presence of a methanol to improve crystal morphology.
That type of sensor consists of solid spheres and is not compatible with microfabrication methods, but recently Tadigadapa and his team developed an innovative way to grow on-chip glass microspherical shells with incredible sensitivities that potentially can be used for motion, temperature, pressure or biochemical sensing.
There have been few comparative researches on lamellar BiV[O.sub.4]-graphene nanocomposite and microspherical silver-rGO-BiV[O.sub.4] composite [12, 22].
Wang, "In-vitro osteogenesis of synovium stem cells induced by controlled release of bisphosphate additives from microspherical mesoporous silica composite," Biomaterials, vol.
The obtained microspherical Cd[In.sub.2][S.sub.4] was used as photocatalyst to oxidize azo dyes in aqueous solution.
[3] proposed a highly efficient backlight with microspherical particle for thin LCD applications.
Kogo et al., "Characterization of microspherical semi-transparent solar cells and modules," Solar Energy, vol.
OCL 500 is a microspherical agent in development for the treatment of highly vascularised tumours, including hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC; liver cancer), renal cell carcinoma (RCC; kidney cancer) and uterine fibroids.