Given the mechanical energy of the pump system and through capillary action
, the rinse water is able to penetrate the low-standoff component gap and effectively rinse the remaining wash solution.
1 mm is created in which the individual test steps are performed by capillary action
This method involves the uptake of bead suspension by capillary action
into glass micro-capillary up to a certain mark sealing its bottom packing/centrifuging the beads and reading the number of beads from graduated marks on micro-capillary or a reference scale.
It was a fairly involved process that combined robust supply with non-brittle material with good capillary action
, finding a happy medium that we could live with.
The threads conduct water through capillary action
The flux could have also penetrated up through the connector by capillary action
between the pin and connector body.
With a dry internal environment and an external environment that remains wet, capillary action
increases the risk of sulphate attack.
The paper absorbs sample fluids and uses capillary action
to convey them to the test wells imprinted on it.
with siphoning root Until, by capillary action
, it filled its head With
An example of capillary action
is the way a paper towel absorbs liquid.
Water is provided to plants in containers only from the soil surface, whereas plants in the garden receive some moisture from capillary action
that carries some moisture upward.
A piece of paper is pressed upon the top of the gel or first paper sheet, allowing the colored droplets to soak into it (Figure 1B), and then the paper is inverted to show the class how capillary action
caused the transfer of "DNA" in the same arrangement that it had in the gel (Figure 1C).