granular powder

granular powder

[′gran·yə·lər ′pau̇d·ər]
(metallurgy)
Equidimensional metal particles that are not spherical.
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Method and Device for Feeding Granular Powder: Yoshiaki Tsujimoto, Osaka, Japan; and Yukihiko Fujita, Osaka, Japan.
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Aluminum powder is a fine granular powder usually spherical or spindle in shape.
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In the gutters under the eaves and between the shingles of the roofs, a white granular powder still showed [in] a few patches; some weeks before it had fallen like snow...." The white powder was DDT.
Acqua Lider is celebrating the "highly lucrative" deal in which almost every firefighting organisation in all 13 Latin American countries will be supplied with its specialist fire retardant additive, FOCSTOP 2000T, a dry granular powder that swells into a gel when added to extinguishing water.
The patient's product was darker, more finely crushed, and coated with a white, granular powder, whereas the mugwort obtained from the herbalist was lighter in color, contained more whole leaves and flowers, and did not seem to have the same coating of white powder.