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granular

[′gran·yə·lər]
(science and technology)
Having a grainy texture.
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Global Granular Biochar market has been on an escalating path of progress in terms of size, demand,& growth rate.
Mr Cudjoe added that additional purchases were made through single sourcing of Chemico Granular Cocoa Seed Fertiliser in the sum of US$15,600,000, and a further approval to buy additional Sidalco Foliar K-Rich Fertilizer in the sum of US$11,480,000 by the witness.
The flow of granular materials, such as sand and catalytic particles used in chemical reactors, and enables a wide range of natural phenomena, from mudslides to volcanos, as well as a broad array of industrial processes, from pharmaceutical production to carbon capture.
Several granular blasts tended to form small clusters, a feature more commonly seen in ALL [Figure 2].
One of the most attractive direction is the use of coarse granular optical path (lightpath) switching [16-17] that can be realizable with optical/spectrum selective switching technologies [18].
Many types of AGS can be produced using high pressure, but it is difficult to make amorphous granular potato starch (AGPS) because of its resistance to pressure.
The process yields a granular pigment that is readily dispensed by all major color systems for block & paver plants, as well as Solomon Colors' own systems.
The PSD of granular materials is an essential issue for the design of earth-rock-filled dams [7-9].
Over the past few decades, many new or modified constitutive models have been proposed for granular soils.
High concentrations of As (>10 [micro]g/L) in aquifers have been reported in many countries, such as Bangladesh [2], India [3], China [4], and the United States [5], and granular aquifers are paid the most attention due to the common occurrence of high levels of A.
Both traditional statistical datasets and our models proved at times inadequate to support the decision-making process, reflecting long time lags, linear assumptions and the absence of more granular information.