particle diameter

particle diameter

[′pärd·ə·kəl dī‚am·əd·ər]
(geology)
The diameter of a sedimentary particle considered as a sphere.
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The uncertainties are expressed in terms of the effect on the particle diameter and the values are given in Table 1.
and leading to a gradual decrease in particle diameter.
However, in addition to particle diameter, the quality of internal vesiculation has also to be taken into consideration as this directly influences particle density and other properties like light diffraction/opacity.
chromatograph must allow operation of the column filled with the sorbent with a particle diameter of less than 2 microns, comprising an autosampler, a column thermostat and a switch, and must be compatible with existing equipment expensive workplace - mass spectrometer with a triple quadrupole (xevo tqd).
To easily distinguish between particle sizes and to forgo actual measurement of individual particles, a specific fluorescent dye was used to represent a particle diameter.
825), the units for particle diameter (heading of the first column) should be "nm" instead of "[micro]m.
A method in which a microorganism growing with a rubber being an only carbon source and powder rubber having an average particle diameter of 1 mm or less are added to a culture medium to cultivate the microorganism can be applied as treatment of making the unevenness.
Particles can be divided into two groups on the basis of the reference particle diameter [d.
5 Table 2 -- Average Pigment Particle Diameter ([d.
Time-release profiles for several aroma compounds--aldehydes, esters and ketones--were obtained from oil-water emulsions, which had a median particle diameter of 0.