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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

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form into one cluster

clustered together but not coherent

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* the number of particles and agglomerates varies much more than the total surface area of WMS, UWMS and green core sand;
However, the agglomerates are entrained in the melt, and even a special high shear mixing section (Maillefer type) cannot properly disperse the pigments.
(12) Hence, the bridging liquid exerts marked influence on the yield and rate of agglomeration as well as on the strength of the resulting agglomerates. The rate determining step in spherical agglomeration is when the bridging liquid is squeezed out of the pores of the initial flocs, and later transformed into small aggregates or spherical crystals.
At optical microscope level, the number of agglomerates can be compared between different samples.
These can be counted and analyzed to give frequency/size histograms, percentage of the total area that are covered by agglomerates and a qualitative comparison to reference images.
* the number of particles and agglomerates varies much more than the total surface area of washed molding sand sieve analysis (WMS), unwashed molding sand sieve analysis (UWMS) and base silica sand sieve analysis (CS) of a green sand;
(11) defined a good dispersion regime as a system featuring micro CNT agglomerates, which are uniformly distributed in the suspending liquid at the lower end, and, in the ideal case, single CNTs distributed in the suspending matrix.
The agglomerator system, installed at the German premises of the powdery ingredient specialist includes a fluid bed dryer for further processing of the wet agglomerates. The system also incorporates classification and fines recycling for economic and efficient processing of this difficult to agglomerate product.
The negligible role of the circulatory system contrasted with the findings of another manganese study, but that study utilized poorly soluble manganese phosphate particles that were several orders of magnitude larger than the approximately 30-nm manganese oxide agglomerates used here.
That reduces mixing of colorant and dispersion of agglomerates by lowering the work done on the melt.
The peaks and valleys observed in this figure correspond to the undispersed carbon black agglomerates within the sample.
A special high-seed chopper is provided in the bottom portion of the sidewall to reduce agglomerates or to control the particle size of a granulate.
A special high-speed chopper is provided in the bottom portion of the side-wall to reduce agglomerates or to control the particle size of a granulate.
Thus the ideal flotation chemistry is one that causes small, detached ink particles to aggregate into larger hydrophobic agglomerates that are readily captured by rising air bubbles.
dimers and agglomerates. Results generated include particle size distribution, circularity distribution, a scattergram of particle size vs.