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agglomerate

a rock consisting of angular fragments of volcanic lava

agglomerate

[ə′gläm·ə·rət]
(geology)
A pyroclastic rock composed of angular rock fragments in a matrix of volcanic ash; typically occurs in volcanic vents.
(metallurgy)
A rigid mass of metallic particles that have been joined together by a powder metallurgical technique, such as sintering.
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As shown by the electron microscopy (Figure 2), the nanoparticles were agglomerated in the cosmetic powders, which suggests that nanomaterial may have been present in all airborne particle size fractions generated in the personal breathing cloud by cosmetic powder application.
The results of TEM show that, when the conductive filler is only MWNT, most of MWNT are agglomerated together and is not exfoliated in the composite.
In addition, steel and iron mill sludges which have become a large waste disposal problem in the steel industry, have been successfully agglomerated through a process of pressure agglomeration.
For comparison with the base silica sieve analysis, two other sieve analyses are required: the AFS sieve analysis without clay plus the total percent weight of all AFS clay (washed molding sand - WMS) and the dried agglomerated sieve analysis (unwashed molding sand - UWMS).
The suspension composed of epoxy resin and agglomerated titanium dioxide nanoparticles was placed in a storage container, which could be optionally heated or cooled due to a double-walled construction.
BENEO announced the launch of its innovative natural solutions for sugar replacement which provide a new synergistic effect by offering well-balanced combinations of agglomerated grades of BENEO's naturally derived bulk sweeteners: ISOMALT, Palatinose[TM], inulin and oligofructose as well as Stevia, completing BENEO's naturally derived sweetener portfolio.
The LumpMaster[R] effectively breaks up agglomerated material prior to entering the PosiPortion[TM] feeder.
A control containing no salt or phosphate, as well as samples containing sodium tripolyphosphate, agglomerated blends of sodium phosphate, poly- and pyrophosphates, polyphosphates, and potassium and sodium polyphosphates, were utilized as treatment variables.
This bonds the grains, one layer at a time, to the agglomerated shape being formed below.
These results were positive given the lower relative capital costs of agglomerated heap leaching versus agitated tank leaching.
From 2014, bulky waste collected door to door will no longer be hidden but must be routed to a platform where they will undergo a grinding pretreatment before incineration incineration unit of agglomerated based Saran.
Easy to granulate, agglomerate or compact, it joins agglomerated grades galenIQ[TM] 720 and 721.