change of shape


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Or the problem could demand a more fundamental change of shape, a change of approach to catch opposition on the hop.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Engineers created a hybrid material featuring stiff metal and soft, porous rubber foam that combines the best properties of both -- stiffness when it's called for, and elasticity when a change of shape is required.
As a result, the absorbed energy causes a change of shape in the electron density of the sample molecule, and the STM then measures that change of shape.
"Since [an] ellipsoid is nothing more than a simple deformation of a sphere, we wanted to see what effect that change of Shape would have on the packaging efficiency," Torquato explains.
In the dramatic change of shape, the strands of a flagellum slide past each other.