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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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Assuming that all the agglomerates are approximately spherical, the distance between the particles must be smaller than or the same as the sum of their radii.
i]/4A) occupied by the agglomerates on the analyzed surface was also used as a dispersion index.
By 1997, resolution strength and computing power made it possible to go beyond the traditional 30x comparisons, and look at smaller agglomerates through the higher magnification of 100x.
20] are the Initial numbers of agglomerates of each class.
In particular, shape parameters such as particle convexity and circularity are shown to be important in differentiating primary particles and agglomerates.
The study had the following objectives: a) to characterize nanoparticles in several nanotechnology-based cosmetic powders currently in the market, b) to determine the potential for exposures to airborne nanoparticles and their agglomerates during the use of cosmetic powders in a realistic exposure scenario, and c) to compare investigated nanotechnology-based cosmetic powders with their regular (non-nanotechnology) counterparts.
The gap size was chosen to be big enough to avoid constriction of shear-induced agglomerates.
In general, aggregates and agglomerates have lower circularity than primary particles, and can be distinguished from them on this basis.
Its 20-mesh scalping screen removes foreign products and oversize agglomerates.
1] afford information on micrometer-size agglomerates in samples.
The Metatech direct-drive volumetric screw feeder for metering of powders, pellets, flakes, and agglomerates, from Metalfab, Inc.
STEPHEN WARD: Design Consultant, Focal Point2Basic agglomerates These man-made marbles are a mix of different-sized stones fused together with a wax resin and are available in many colours.
Application: This study shows that clay and stickies can form neutral-buoyancy agglomerates that cannot be removed by centrifugal cleaners.
The model 2000 breaks up agglomerates, reduces particle size, overcomes surface forces and speeds up chemical reactions involving insoluble materials.
Depending on the processing and drying conditions, the agglomerates may partially or completely break down to individual granules.