redeposition


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Noun1.redeposition - deposition from one deposit to another
deposition, deposit - the natural process of laying down a deposit of something
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* Repel-O-Tex[R] range of polymers for preventing permanent soiling and soil redeposition
According to Tomokazu, this happened due to the TiO2 photocatalyzed dissolution and redeposition of Au nanoparticles.
Regardless of whether a tomb was forgotten or purposefully disused, the large number of Mycenaean tombs containing "secondary" deposits suggests that a multi-stage burial program was often practiced; however, the challenge lies in differentiating between tomb reuse, that is, the disturbance of human remains, and the intentional collection and redeposition of human remains.
This dependence on the whole confirms a number of hypotheses that both the channel and lacustrine facies of the Ishim Formation were formed due to erosion and redeposition of more ancient deposits of the Turtas Formation.
It is defined as the dissolving of small nanoparticles and their redeposition on larger particles [41].
Kannangara, "Zinc oxidation and redeposition processes in aqueous alkali and carbonate solutions II.
For instance, some redeposition of Sm and Ce may be occurring.
As changes in climate and human activities affect vegetation distributions and growth on land and in water, one would expect that these changes will not only affect the rates of atmospheric Hg emission and redeposition but would also affect the proportioning of organic versus mineral Hg in soils and sediments.
van der Borden et al., "Influence of extracellular polymeric substances on deposition and redeposition of Pseudomonas aeruginosa to surfaces," Microbiology, vol.
The black spot around the cracks was believed to be the redeposition of copper (Cu) due to the intermetallic reaction with the metal matrix.
In both cases, it is the fines (<63 [micro]m) that are the most relevant to transportation by water current and redeposition away from the source substrate, as they settle much more slowly and remain in the water column for longer periods than larger particles (Short & Walton 1992, Palazzi et al.