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Synonyms for agglomerate

to bring together so as to increase in mass or number

Synonyms for agglomerate

volcanic rock consisting of large fragments fused together

Related Words

form into one cluster

clustered together but not coherent

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The agglomerate density is a good indicator of the dispersion of agglomerates into the polymer matrix.
In particular, shape parameters such as particle convexity and circularity are shown to be important in differentiating primary particles and agglomerates.
The tendency to agglomerate influences the dissolution rate--and it might further influence the manufacturing properties.
In general, aggregates and agglomerates have lower circularity than primary particles, and can be distinguished from them on this basis.
Note that particle and agglomerate numbers on sieves decline with decreasing clay percentages.
The reason of this phenomenon may be that MWNT is dispersed worse than PANI-DBSA and exhibits agglomerate phenomenon in the composite.
As a result, Champagne corks are made largely of agglomerate cork--the only natural cork elements are the two or three discs that are in contact with the wine.
Preston Plastics aims to supply specified recycled compounds, agglomerate and granulate that meet its customers' requirements on fitness for purpose, continuity of supply, cost and effect on the environment.
Therefore, the particles do not agglomerate any more and there is no extra cost," Eng Esmae'il Darezereshki, a member of the Scientific Board of Energy and Environmental Engineering Research Centre of Bahonar University in Kerman, said in an interview with the news service of Iran Nanotechnology Initiative Council's website.
The auxiliary composition is in the form of an agglomerate and the silicone comprises a polydimethylsiloxane.
Dispersive mixing is governed by a competition between the hydrodynamic forces acting on the particulate agglomerate and the cohesive forces holding that agglomerate together.
of Wisconsin, discussed particle and agglomerate size distributions and their relationship to clay and fines in reused green sand.
Films blown from a 4% masterbatch letdown are visually inspected for agglomerate size.
Tenders Are Invited for Removal of the transport and back-loading facilities for the production of the steel agglomerate.
With increasing shear rates, a reduction of agglomerate size starts to set in.