aggregate structure

aggregate structure

[′ag·rə·gət ′strək·chər]
(geology)
A mass composed of separate small crystals, scales, and grains that, under a microscope, extinguish at different intervals during the rotation of the stage.
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LS 18, a low conductivity grade, features large particle size and a relatively low aggregate structure level, and reduces the electrical conductivity of parts.
The D models include a D beam lattice model (Man, van Mier 2008), random aggregate structure models (Zhou, Hao 2008; Ma et al.
Black, deep dug peat has to be handled during the mixing in a way that maintains an open, large aggregate structure.
EFFECT OF BUFFERS ON AGGREGATE STRUCTURE FORMATION IN TPPS SOLUTION.
The only comprehensive and indisputable test of the cooperative character of organizations is their aggregate structure.
The high purity and the special aggregate structure of the dispersed Si[O.
Photo-elastic imaging enables researchers to obtain optical images of stress-strain paths using an assemblage of glass discs under load as a representation of the aggregate structure.
This study determined where bacterial and fungal-derived organic matter is located within the aggregate structure of soil collected from no-tillage (NT) and conventional tillage (CT) agroecosystems.
Proper dispersion of fumed silica results in particles much closer to the aggregate structure originally formed in the flame tube.
Ultra small-angle x-ray scattering is demonstrated as a technique to determine the primary particle and aggregate structure of the powders.
2]/g as measures of area (particle size), DBPA (D2414) from 65 to 140cc/100g and CDBPA (D3493) from 61 to 90cc/100g as measures of aggregate structure and tint (D3265) from 46 to 64% ITRB as a measure of aggregate size.

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