monophase


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monophase

(ˈmɒnəʊˌfeɪz)
n
(Chemistry) chem a type of matter or a compound that contains only one phase or a clear-cut and unattached type of matter
adj
1. (General Physics) Also : monophasic having a single alternating electric current
2. (Chemistry) chem having or containing one phase or a clear-cut and unattached type of matter
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Dimensional accuracy of resultant casts made by a monophase, one-step and two-step and a novel two-step putty/light-body impression technique: an in vitro study.
Three commercial VPS (Aquasil Ultra Monophase, Elite HD Monophase and Extrude) were used.
Solid sintered monophase ceramics are materials formed by directly sintering crystals together without any intervening matrix to form a dense, air-free, glass-free polycrystalline structure (5).
The synthesis of monophase crystalline ZnO nanoparticles with a size range of about 15.8 nm by the green novel and environmentally friendly pathway using the extract of A.
The single-phase impression (3M[TM] ESPE[TM] (Soft) Monophase Polyether Impression Material) of implant transfers was made with an open tray technique, and a jig trial was done prior to prosthesis fabrication (Figure 16).
In order to overcome metastability of the monophase fluid inclusions, samples were put in a freezer at -20[degrees]C.
Total RNA was isolated from the skin flaps, using a monophase phenol and guanidine thiocyanate isolation reagent according to the manufacturer's instructions (TriPure, Boerhringer Mannheim, Indianapolis, IN).
These currents are the combination of 5 differently modulated impulses by their intensity, shape and amplitude (impulse one) and galvanic component: DF (diphase fixe), MF (monophase fixe), CP (courte "short" period), LP (long periods), RS (rhythmic syncope).
After adding 0.475 mL of chloroform, the sample tube was vortexed vigorously to obtain a monophase mixture.
For y [?] 0.04, the samples have the monophase cubic spinel structure while for y [greater than or equal to]0.06, the samples are biphasic.