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a very fine continuous strand

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Previous studies on the fibrillar network formation in the polymer melt were reviewed by Wilder et al.
First, fibrillar Ny particles of reduced diameter are observed in the latter, [(70 PP + 3 phr CB)/30 Ny].
The highly fibrillated craze and the absence of voids in PE100 seem to suggest that the material deforms via a combination of fibrillar creep and surface drawing mechanisms.
In this study, continuous lamellar and fibrillar morphological forms of PP produced by chaotic mixing of PP and PA6 were exploited in the production of conductive compounds at significantly reduced CB particle concentration.
30] also reported that the blend with spherical morphology of the liquid crystalline polymers had a higher viscosity than the fibrillar blend, and was similar to our PC/HDPE microfibrillar blend.
The microstructures of the midspan sections of the single sintered compacts appeared to be less fibrillar than the plunger end material, although some fibrillation had still occurred, with average lengths of the fibrils of about 3 [+ or -] 1 [micro]m.
Ultrasonographically, the homogeneous thickness, uniform fibrillar echotexture, and sharply defined echogenic margins of the tendon are considered as the main features of normal appearance of the tendon.
He has been diagnosed with a fibrillar rupture in the middle third of the adductor longus muscle of the mentioned leg.
Real say the 28-year-old has been diagnosed with a thigh injury after a fibrillar rupture to the adductor of his left leg and could be out for up to six weeks.
Real say the 28-year-old has FROM FRONT PAGE been diagnosed with a thigh injury after a fibrillar rupture to the adductor of his left leg and could be out for up to six weeks.
Neurotransmitter imbalance caused by a relative dopamine deficiency in the caudate nucleus and putamen together with the intracytoplasmic accumulation of [alpha]-synuclein and Lewy body in the major fibrillar component have been considered to play a role in the pathogenesis of the disease (4).
PTFE can deform into high-aspect-ratio fibrillar structures under loading conditions to dissipate energy and stabilize a crack tip by bridging, forming interconnected physically networks [23].
These fibrillar prisms are more closely similar to abiotic speleothem deposits than to the calcitic prisms of pteriomorph bivalves.
Laryngeal amyloidosis is an uncommon lesion of the larynx characterized by deposition of extracellular fibrillar proteins in laryngeal tissues.