reaggregation


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reaggregation

(ˌriːæɡrɪˈɡeɪʃən)
n
the act or process of reaggregrating something
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However, above this volume ratio, the MWCNTs reaggregation appears with increasing TX100.
Reaggregation of these series uses either revised all-employee [series] or production and nonsupervisory-employee series, which serve as weights in the calculations.
Rites of passage (ROP), as discussed by Turner, encompass three general phases: separation, limen, and reaggregation.
Movement and reaggregation of the blacklip abalone, Haliotis rubra Leach, after fishing.
Without rites of reaggregation, in which the initiand assumes his new place in the social structure, the liminal phase lacks all purpose, meaning, or justification.
g] of the final resin provides a good chance to entrap the delaminated inorganic nano-objects between the contact surfaces of the polymer droplets and hinder their reaggregation during the coalescence stage.
1998) provided experimental evidence for reaggregation of materials obtained after fractionation of dissolved sporopollenin.
As we witness the perpetual disaggregation and reaggregation of worker subjectivity, we see intensified contradictions; on the one hand, worker uniqueness and distinctiveness (i.
When you consider the many aspects of information discovery, particularly aggregation, curation, reaggregation, and influence analytics, I see a role for semisocial tools, particularly for current awareness.
In other language perhaps, the process of disaggregation, dispersal and reaggregation becomes prevalent.
This reaggregation is simply the weighted geometric mean of the counties within states and metropolitan areas.