microlayer

microlayer

[′mī·krō‚lā·ər]
(oceanography)
The thin zone beneath the surface of the ocean or any free water surface within which physical processes are modified by proximity to the air-water boundary.
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The Multi Microlayer (MML) Die from Tronoplast Technologies Inc.
Major gaps of knowledge exist in relation to the organic matter present in aerosol particles, which originates from the organic microlayer at the surface of the ocean.
However, this type of die normally cannot be used to produce microlayer blown films because the complex flow path in these dies can disrupt the continuity of the layers.
1974), concentration of organic substances in the subsurface microlayer (Frew and Nelson, 1992), and on the wind speed (Huhnerfuss et al.
25:1, which is associated with the formation of disturbed microlayer on the surface of mineral additives while grinding, containing a very limited amount of amorphous Si[O.
Evaluation of bioassays to monitor surface microlayer toxicity in tropical marine waters.
Abdel Wahed (1999), "Effect of Surface Microlayer and Sediment Water Interface Layer on the Distribution of the Total Suspended Matter and Chlorophyll--A Contents in the Eastern Harbor and Abu Qir Bay," International Conference on Environmental Management, Health and Sustainable Development, Alexandria, Egypt, 22-25 March.
2:30 Flex Barrier Property Enhancement in Film Structures Using Microlayer Coextrusion Technology 1560893 | Patrick C.
Microlayer tomography with high X-ray rotating velocity without tube movement provides images with depth perception of millimeter fraction, and there is no need for digital image reconstruction.