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a section created by a plane cutting a solid perpendicular to its longest axis

a sample meant to be representative of a whole population

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(physics) the probability that a particular interaction (as capture or ionization) will take place between particles

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Black pad is recognized before soldering or on pads with separated solder joints by characteristic mud cracks visible in SEM imaging or by cross-sections and high-magnification imaging.
The cross-sections represented deposition of coarser sediment near the foot hills and the finer sediments as we move away from the foot hills.
The cross-sections were investigated the probability of the flood storage capacity between 0-33 km.
Based on this model, the correlation between the amount of fibres in the crack failure cross-section and tensile strength during composite split test has been established.
Ranking the same four runner cross-sections against each other related to how easy they are to remove from the runner plate during service of the molding cycle, it is generally understood to be:
Figure 1a presents a typical OM image of the morphology of the seed oil flax fibers, showing cross-sections of both technical and elementary fibers.
It is also very successful in the preparation of site specific cross-sections and planar samples.
Profiles or cross-sections are constructed across a contour map to provide a three-dimensional view of the topography.
Table 1 Precision of age estimates made from the surfaces and cross-sections of Greenland halibut (Reinhardtius hippoglossoides) sagittae.
From these cross-sections, both the nuclear and the magnetic scattering cross-sections could be extracted.
3, a trapezoidal cross-section can be designed into the entire parting line (the cross-sections of the two halves are offset to ensure the parting lines meet).