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macroscopic

1. large enough to be visible to the naked eye
2. Physics capable of being described by the statistical properties of a large number of parts

macroscopic

[¦mak·rə¦skäp·ik]
(science and technology)
Large enough to be observed by the naked eye.

macroscopic

Visible to the unaided eye.
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Macroscopical failure is not seen on the tensile web member.
If the concentration of degradation products on the surface has accumulated beyond certain threshold values, even macroscopical physical properties can change.
Therefore, our study which is mainly based on quite few individual cases might not be enough to generate the macroscopical trend.
Nonetheless, a macroscopical comparison does provide valuable information concerning the neurological stage of development, the similarities and morphological differences in the brains of the two primates and the probable morphological adaptations of each species.
1962), and also in distinguishing medicinal species since drugs of pharmaceutical use are made up of dried and bruised parts in which the different macroscopical characteristics of the species are not generally distinguishable (e.
After the nitriding have been prepared the metalo-graphic samples for macroscopical investigations, microscopical analyses and proofs of micro-hardness for determining the depth of the nitrided layer.
The animals were examined for changes in body weight, hematological and liver parameters, and macroscopical and microscopical histological changes in the major organs.
It should be recognized that the macroscopical and microscopical colors of hairs might appear different.
the creation of macroscopical patterns by the action of forces distributed in a much more homogeneous way than the structures that arise.
Real' things are represented by models and the theory-independent construction of 'phenomenological' models is itself represented in the second half of the paper by Shomar and Suarez's example of the London and London macroscopical interpretation of superconductivity.