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(Aeronautics) a variant spelling of transonic
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(trænˈsɒn ɪk)

close to the speed of sound; moving at 700–780 mph (1127–1255 km/h) at sea level.
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1% mass fraction natural clay/water mixture was stirred with Fisher Scientific vortex for an hour and intensively treated with CAMLAB Transsonic probe ultra-sonication to ensure that the layered silicates were in a well-dispersed state before coming into contact with polymer solution.
For sample preparation, the following equipment were used: semianalytical balance (Tecnal; Boulder, CO, USA); analytical balance (Scientech, SA 210; Boulder, CO, USA); tubes stirring vortex type (IKA model MS1 Minishaker, 2700 rpm; Wilmington, DE, USA); refrigerated centrifuge (Thermo Scientific model Heraeus Multifuge 3 L-R; Madison, WI, USA); ultrasonic bath (Elma model Transsonic 660/H; Singen, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany); Waring Commercial Blender, model 33BL79 (New Hartford, CT, USA); and Ultra-Turrax IKA, model TP 10N (Wilmington, DE, USA).
The flask was vibrated in an ultrasonic bath (Transsonic T700, Germany) until complete dissolution.