homogenize


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homogenize

[hə′mäj·ə‚nīz]
(metallurgy)
To hold metal at a high temperature long enough to eliminate by diffusion any chemical segregation of the components.
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Four rotor configurations will shear and homogenize polymers of any viscosity while system accurately controls shear force and temperature.
By which they really mean, "Let us homogenize Black Theatre into the established standards of mainstream White Theatre, thereby making it easier to measure with a critical yardstick that has been in existence since Eugene O'Neill," without bothering to learn or address its unique anthropological or cultural origins.
Use a suitable dispersion unit, such as Silverson or Ultra Turrax, to homogenize.
But those threats are neutralized by the presence of the monumental, whirling godmother, under whose eye the vicissitudes of memory and environment harmonize but do not homogenize.
Love Is the Devil was well received at this year's Cannes Film Festival, and Maybury was approached by several film companies looking to take his style and homogenize him.
The first step in mulling is to fully homogenize unlike particles.
Usually, extruders can hardly improve the degree of carbon black dispersion of a rubber compound, but they can - fed simultaneously with several batches - considerably homogenize the physical properties of the compound itself.
PROCEDURE: Combine phase A and homogenize until uniform.
McDonald's is a company that has done more than most to homogenize the world.
Drais Perl ball mills finely disperse and homogenize high-, meduim-, and low-viscosity materials and stiff pastes.
The liberal left has found yet another American institution to tear asunder in its perpetual quest to homogenize our society.
In conventional sand systems, the mixer is often depended upon to disperse not only the new clay and temper water and develop the bond, but it additionally must homogenize the new additionally must homogenize the new additions with the mixture of shakeout sand in a very short mulling cycle.