soft particle

soft particle

In an aggregate, a particle which possesses less than a specified degree of hardness or strength.
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Thrusting his hand, then, into the bosom of this capacious receptacle, he first brought to light about a pound of tobacco, whose component parts still adhered together, the whole outside being covered with soft particles of sea-bread.
Clear, haze-free films were not guaranteed (1) and block resistance properties were subject to the ratio and size of the hard polymer to soft particle.
The primary benefit of rigid particle toughening over traditional soft particle toughening is that both modulus and toughness can be improved in the polymer.
For research on testing and characterizing the yield and fracture behavior of polymers under multiaxial stress states, and work in the area of soft particle (rubber modified) polymers, nanocomposites, and molecular modified composites.
Although the soft particle latex gives an average diameter of 204 nm the distribution spans particle diameters between 100 and 300-400 nm with a well defined maximum.
Among this new generation of soft particles, microgels colloidal-scale particles individually made by crosslinked polymer networks have become a favourite model system for their responsive swelling properties and their multitude of applications.
Rituals Fortune Scrub, PS10, Debenhams For spa-worthy skin, choose a body scrub with soft particles instead of a sugar-based one, so there's less irritation.
Both AL25 and AS25 are extremely soft particles (MFFT < 0[degrees]C), which may explain why stress development for these coatings is independent of particle size.
Soft particles such as carbon could cause less reduction in wear coefficient because they were compressed together, and the pin was slipped on the compressed layer of carbon.