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to cause to separate and go in various directions

to pass (something) out

to disappear by or as if by rising

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where the spatial integration domain of this expression is reduced to the set of points y producing the presence of disperse elements at (x, t).
Sonolator in-line homogenizer, used in custom-designed systems to emulsify or disperse liquids, converts kinetic energy of a high-velocity liquid stream into intense mixing energy.
As non-sodic soils were not expected to disperse spontaneously, for analysis the `mechanically dispersed' and `not dispersed' categories were amalgamated into a single, `not dispersed' category.
In short mulling cycles, the conventional mixer cannot corret the sand variations and adequately disperse clay and new additives into an homogeneous mixture for the casting process.
Too high a melt temperature can also cause mixing problems by lowering the melt viscosity so far that inadequate shear stress is generated to disperse the wood.
A police commander took the stage and told the crowd the demonstration was over and said, ``Everyone has to disperse or you will be subject to arrest.
The majority noted somewhat disdainfully that the ordinance directs the police to issue an order for individuals to disperse without first making any inquiry about their possible purposes(7) and then observed:
In undisturbed soil, the amount of dispersion is governed by the surface area from which clay is able to disperse, and by the dispersibility of the clay (Kay 1990).
If many bird populations dip toward extinction in the coming century, as scientists predict, widespread harm could come to ecosystems that depend on these birds to pollinate plants, disperse seeds, scavenge carrion, and control insects.
When deputies arrived and asked the revelers to disperse, the crowd began taunting the deputies, challenging them to fight and throwing bottles and beer cans, officials said.
The same applies to the mineral DL carriers--these carbon blacks likewise disperse the liquid droplets in the caverns of their aggregates.
Due to the tiny bead size and compatible carrier, colors disperse more easily than other PET concentrates, so that swirl, haze, and other defects are greatly reduced, the company claims.
Twenty tree species in the island's dry forests depend largely on lemurs to eat their fruit and disperse their seeds, according to Jorg U.
Scientists have long discussed the notion that vertebrates might in some cases disperse seeds to a prime location instead of just dropping them at random.
Drais Perl ball mills finely disperse and homogenize high-, meduim-, and low-viscosity materials and stiff pastes.