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external phase

[ek′stərn·əl ′fāz]
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These are then integrated in time using another parametric model for the dispersion phase.
surv] Fraction of particles surviving the vortex phase Dispersion Phase x, y Longitude, latitude z Altitude t Time [DELTA]t Integration time-step U, V, W Wind speeds in x, y, z direction A Contrail segment cross-section area L Horizontal segment length M, [M.
5) An ideal dispersion phase diagram (DPD) that Kostansek developed is shown in Figure 2.
The dispersion phase diagrams (DPDs) are constructed In the form of contour plots.
1 and 2) and indicates that increasing of elastic modulus of the blend in the low frequency region can be interpreted as the effect of the deformation of dispersion phase particles.
Dispersion phase diagrams are useful for understanding the complex interactions of pigments with dispersants, associative thickeners, and surfactants.
The objective of the work was to clarify the pigment dispersion phase behavior and to explain why the choice of dispersant is critical to obtaining superior coatings properties.
4a-4d shows that the holes in the dispersion phase became smaller with the introduction of POE-g-MA.
One unique way to visualize the regions of latex dispersion and flocculation in thickener-surfactant space is to use dispersion phase diagrams.
Surface etching of specimens for SEM analysis is usually carried out with a selective solvent for the dispersion phase.
However, the addition of 10 wt% LDPE-g-DBAE made the morphology undergo a considerable change in the dimension of the dispersion phase and the interfacial behavior.
Ordinarily, HIPS is composed of a polystyrene matrix with rubber (elastomer) particles several microns in diameter as a dispersion phase.