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disperse

Chemistry of or consisting of the particles in a colloid or suspension

disperse

[də′spərs]
(computer science)
A data-processing operation in which grouped input items are distributed among a larger number of groups in the output.
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After their spectroscopic and thermal characterization, dispersive surface energies and acidity-basicity properties were investigated with IGC.
If all polymer in the screw can be subjected to equal levels of extensional mixing, the potential for dispersive mixing is 3n times that of a traditional screw with the same shear rate ("n" being the number of passes through an extensional shear field).
This ASTM Proficiency Testing Program (PTP) is based on the elemental analysis of thermoplastics by wavelength dispersive X-ray fluorescence (WDXRF) spectrometry and will utilize polyolefin samples and analysis according to ASTM D6247, Standard Test Method for Analysis of Elemental Content in Polyolefins by X-ray Fluorescence Spectrometry, or alternative XRF methods.
ASTM F2853 provides a convenient means to test for lead using the energy dispersive X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy technique.
Dispersive Routing load-balances traffic among multiple pathways and uses QLogic(R) Performance Scaled Messaging (PSM) to automatically ensure that packets arrive at their destination for rapid processing.
2004a, 2004b), or disturbance and poor consolidation of dispersive clays (Ritchie 1965, 1963; Richley 1992).
The dispersive contribution of the surface energy is shown for each TPO sample in Fig.
Austin AI of Austin, Texas, manufactures a bulk analyzer and sorter that uses QXR technology, a combination of optical and energy dispersive x-ray fluorescence (EDXRF) discriminators, or a circuit that can be adjusted to accept or reject signals of different characteristics.
These include x-ray fluorescence spectroscopy, scanning electron microscopy with energy dispersive spectrometry, cathodoluminescence, and Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy.
The Fischerscope X-ray coating thickness measuring instrument uses energy dispersive X-ray fluorescence and the fundamental parameters method to measure single, multilayer, and alloy coatings as well as perform composition analysis.