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Synonyms for blend

Synonyms for blend

to put together into one mass so that the constituent parts are more or less homogeneous

to combine and adapt in order to attain a particular effect

Synonyms for blend

an occurrence of thorough mixing

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a new word formed by joining two others and combining their meanings

the act of blending components together thoroughly

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Blends have long been an important aspect of rubber science and technology and have been important in thermosetting systems.
The solvent extrusion (etching) technique which is very useful with rubber-thermoplastic blends generally cannot be used with DVAs because the rubber, which constitutes the major phase, is crosslinked and therefore insoluble.
When we decided to create a coffee for our 25th anniversary, we wanted a blend that embodied our values, and our vision of a better world," said Robert Stiller, President and CEO of Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, Inc.
Clemson has also produced interpenetrating blends of immiscible polymers, like a combination of PP and LDPE.
The Tg of the blends was measured using a differential scanning calorimeter (DSC).
There are no specific rules or formulations about what specific teas go into blends of tea.
In this part of the study, the influence of CB loading, PP/PS volume ratio, and SBS addition on the mechanical properties of conductive CB-filled PP/PS immiscible polymer blends are studied.
Compounders, mixers, and mixing systems for the preparation of plasticized PVC dry blends and rigid PVC compounds, color concentrates, surface coatings, thermoplastic resins, and acrylic and epoxy powder coatings.
It's anything people like to blend with or without milk,'' adds Perez, who was raised on licuados in Guatemala.
Fenner says the investment in expanded infrastructure is another step towards the company's vision of being a leader in the marketing of biodiesel blends.
These results indicate that, in general, as the gradation becomes finer, the rutting resistance decreases, with the exception of one of the blends.
Orange blossoms' sweet nectar flavor makes them very popular in herbal blends.
These investigations provide important benchmarks for efforts to scale-up multi-phase polymeric blends from laboratory batch processing.
The observations, which will appear in Physical Review Letters, are the consequence of new measurement tools developed for elucidating the structure of polymer blends during processing.