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coalesce

[‚kō·ə′les]
(science and technology)
To come together to form a whole.
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To gain an understanding into coalescing efficiency, minimum film formation temperature (MFFT) was evaluated upon adding coalescing agents to diluted latex systems.
Myrifilm' Coalescing Solvent: Myrifilm[R] coalescing solvent offers manufacturers of adhesives, paints and coatings, inks, and other products a high efficiency, renewable, low odor, zero VOC, cost-effective, green alternative to petrochemical based coalescing solvents with exceptional performance.
In fact, the coalescing filter assembly is not readily available in the supply system.
This is the same for all coalescing and activated carbon filters and why it's best to use a carbon monoxide monitor to check for this taste and odour free gas.
Proven to be the best performing coalescing filters, Parker Hannifin has redesigned the Balston filters and packed them full with new features.
The dryer's coalescing filter was professionally cleaned and equipped with new elements.
The most revealing finding was that there are ways of coalescing progressives that don't necessitate organizing around issues or electoral preferences, which only aggravate differences among groups.
OXFILM 351 is a virtually odorless and non-VOC coalescing agent.
In the most popular theory, planets were spawned by bits of material in the disks gradually coalescing into larger and larger objects.
Colorless and hydrolytically stable, EEH solvent is used as a highly efficient coalescing aid to enhance the performance of a wide range of latex polymers, providing enhanced wetting, flow and leveling properties to coatings, according to the company.
The Valley Glen neighborhood has really been coalescing,'' said City Councilman Mike Feuer, who helped push for the area's recognition and co-sponsored the festival.
The other dancers appear and disappear randomly, sometimes coalescing into richly designed units.