nonspherical


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nonspherical

(ˌnɒnˈsfɛrɪkəl)
adj
(Mathematics) not spherical
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Adj.1.nonspherical - not spherical
spherical - of or relating to spheres or resembling a sphere; "spherical geometry"
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4 (Hinds 1999) to account for the nonspherical particle shape, which slows down the settling velocity, a particle with 20 (30)-[micro]m in diameter descends 2.
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Therefore, their interaction with electromagnetic radiation takes place in different relaxation processes including (i) reorientation of water and protein-bound water molecules, (ii) interfacial polarization arising by the presence of two or more regions with different electrical properties, (iii) ionic diffusion, (iv) tumbling motion of the protein molecules, and (v) relaxations due to the nonspherical shape.
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Greenhouse-Geisser corrections were used for repeated measures comparisons when the data were found to be nonspherical on Mauchly's test.
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Auger, JC, Stout, B, Martinez, V, "Absorption and Scattering Properties of Dense Ensemble of Nonspherical Particles.