millimicron


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millimicron

[′mil·ə‚mī·krȯn]
(mechanics)
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Company offers several carbon black grades in the 16-25 millimicron size range for use in plastics as uv absorbers.
5% of a 20-25 millimicron particle-size carbon black is said to withstand as long as 20 years of outdoor weathering without exhibiting excessive degradation.
Clinical evidence demonstrates that asbestos fibers less than or equal to 3 millimicrons long are phagocytized by alveolar macrophages.