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microsphere

[′mī·krə‚sfir]
(materials)
A sphere sized from about 0.5 to 100 micrometers and made of any material.
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Hu, Preparation of carboxyl-functional polystyrene microspheres and its application in emulsion polymerization, [M.S.
However, complications can occur, predominantly due to aberrant deposition or migration of radiation microspheres into unintended nontarget locations, including normal hepatic parenchyma, lungs, pancreas, and upper gastrointestinal (UGI) tract [4].
The morphological characterization of the imprinted microspheres was done using scanning electron microscope (SEM) (FEI-Quanta-FEG 250 model) and Shimadzu-UV-3600 model spectrophotometer was used for the UV spectroscopic studies.
It is quite difficult to precisely determine the local structure of microspheres using the conventional diffraction techniques because of the nanoscale grain size and surface modification [34].
Preparation of Cecropia glaziovii Extract-Loaded PLGA Microspheres. Cecropia glaziovii extract-loaded microspheres were prepared by the double emulsion solvent evaporation/extraction method.
Expancel microspheres are used as a lightweight filler and a blowing agent to make end products lighter, create attractive textures, protect against damage or shield against the elements.
The plugging of a pore throat by polymer composite gel microspheres mainly relies on the expansion of particles following water absorption.
Expancel microspheres serve as a lightweight filler and also, a blowing agent to make end products lighter.
Ekobi microspheres selectively block the blood vessels that feed a target tissue, starving it of oxygen and nutrients.
[([PW.sub.12]-TH).sub.n] multilayer films deposited on the magnetic substrate of [Fe.sub.3][O.sub.4]@Si[O.sub.2] microspheres showed a better ability in terms of photocatalytic activity, stability, and reusability than quartz slides [7].
In this work, the authors demonstrate the use of optoelectronic tweezers (OET) to manipulate and accurately assemble Sn6,Pb36Ag2 solder microspheres into tailored patterns.