coalesce

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coalesce

[‚kō·ə′les]
(science and technology)
To come together to form a whole.
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SEM and cryoSEM images of the final, dried coatings confirm that complete coalescence occurred at these temperatures.
It is the extent of coalescence during this drying stage that is relevant to cracking.
The addition of small amounts of silica was shown to not affect the coalescence of the latex through cryoSEM.
In this study, bubble coalescence in polypropylene (PP) foam created by physical foaming with C[O.
Rheological data were used to determine the relaxation time and nonlinear parameters of constitutive equation, which in turn are used to estimate the stress and strain of polymer during coalescence.
Limiting the concentration of bubbles in the polymer matrix enabled a clear observation of coalescence of two isolated bubbles.