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encapsulate

[en′kap·sə‚lāt]
(science and technology)
To surround, encase, or enclose as if in a capsule; for example, the formation of a protective coating around a bacterium, or the enclosure of an item such as an electronic component in plastic.
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encapsulate

To enclose, wrap or contain. Numerous electronic formats, including graphics, audio, video and especially network packets, are containers for the data. The actual data reside within the header and footer data of the container and are said to be "encapsulated" within the format. At the receiving end, the data are extracted ("decapsulated") for playback.
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Encapsulated Citric Acid market size by Applications
To study and analyze the global Encapsulated Citric Acid market size (value & volume) by company, key regions, products and end user, breakdown data from 2014 to 2018, and forecast to 2025.
Encapsulated fat necrosis lesion caused by Morel-Lavallee lesion in a professional ice hockey player.
In contrast, the bulk density of the extruded cereal was significantly affected (P < 0.05) by the content of encapsulated powder added to the mixture; density values are shown in Table 2 and ranged from 0.08 to 0.31 g/[cm.sup.3].
It is worth noting that, with regard to a theoretical volume of 3.6[L (based on a particle mean size), a particle could contain 7200 encapsulated cells, at most.
Zosteriform palisaded encapsulated neuroma: An unusual presentation.
Hence, encapsulated Er[Cp.sub.3] molecules may be rotating much faster than the time scale of HR-TEM observation (the typical exposure time is several seconds).
Besides that, the reusability and leaching of encapsulated enzymes were also studied.
Due to the complex geometry of buried and buried & encapsulated ducts, the thermal resistances of these installations cannot be determined by summing the thermal resistances of the materials.
After the allotted time, the calcium chloride was drained from the newly formed synthetic seeds (encapsulated explants) by pouring the mixture into a sterile strainer.
Encapsulated [sup.14]C-UBT was found to reflect 6.6% false negative compared to non-encapsulated protocol.