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disperse

Chemistry of or consisting of the particles in a colloid or suspension

disperse

[də′spərs]
(computer science)
A data-processing operation in which grouped input items are distributed among a larger number of groups in the output.
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Caption: Figure 4: Pulse propagation characteristics inside dispersive media modeled by Maxwell-Garnet formula and described by linear filling factor function and depolarization factor [N.sub.1] = [N.sub.2] = [N.sub.3] = 1/3: (a) reflectance and transmittance and (b) penetration depth spectra for different values of the initial value f(0).
After their spectroscopic and thermal characterization, dispersive surface energies and acidity-basicity properties were investigated with IGC.
The features seen can be described in terms of soliton fission and dispersive wave emission in time domain while in terms of self-phase modulation and Cherenkov radiation in spectral domain, respectively.
An area weighted permittivity averaging procedure used in the proposed dispersive conformal FDTD method is shown in Figure 3.
In this paper, we assume the optical structure has only one dispersive material with negligible loss.
Therefore, acetonitrile, methanol, and acetone were tested as dispersive solvents and the effect of these solvents on the performance of DLLME was investigated.
Because the display is integrated with Dispersive Signal Technology (DST), it can be used in the harshest of environments and withstand both scratches and kids with bubblegum.”
of Chicago) provides an introduction to and explanation of some of the phenomena that solutions of nonlinear dispersive focusing equations show at energy levels exclusively above that of the ground state soliton.
This ASTM Proficiency Testing Program (PTP) is based on the elemental analysis of thermoplastics by wavelength dispersive X-ray fluorescence (WDXRF) spectrometry and will utilize polyolefin samples and analysis according to ASTM D6247, Standard Test Method for Analysis of Elemental Content in Polyolefins by X-ray Fluorescence Spectrometry, or alternative XRF methods.
Any injury or burns to patient or staff, and any equipment failure with the active or dispersive electrode must be managed according to the recommendations of the Safe Medical Devices Act (FDA 2000).
ASTM F2853 provides a convenient means to test for lead using the energy dispersive X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy technique.