triphase

triphase

(ˈtraɪˌfeɪz)
adj
(Chemistry) chem operating in three phases
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triphase

[ˈtraɪfeɪz] ADJtrifásico
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Briefly, the hydration and mechanical properties of R-CP were measured first, and then the hemihydrate content of R-CP was determined by DSC/TG curves and triphase composition analysis.
A thoracic-abdominal CT with triphase technique was performed and it demonstrated a left iliopsoas hematoma with three active points of contrast extravasation (Figures 1(a)-1(c)).
The negative value in the part near the rock is due to the interfacial tension in the triphase contact area.
Caption: Figure 10: Controllable power and voltage source (Triphase).
Metzger, "Behavior and stability of catalysts in bi- and triphase transfer catalysis," The Journal of Organic Chemistry, vol.
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Catalent and Triphase Accelerator Corporation have signed a license agreement under which Triphase will obtain worldwide rights to further develop Catalent's CD22-4AP antibody-drug conjugate (ADC), which has been developed by Catalent's subsidiary, Redwood Bioscience, using its SMARTag technology platform.
United States-based Triphase Accelerator has signed an academic centre collaboration with Canada-based Sunnybrook Research Institute.
The partners in the project include Idiada, Spain; Triphase, Belgium; Hexagon Studio, Turkey; and E-Trucks Europe, Belgium.
"Alimentation et commande d'un actionnaire lineaire triphase a flux transversale " These de Docteur Ingenieur, Universite des Science et Technique de Lille Flandres-Artois, 1986.