adhesiveness


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adhesiveness

noun adhesion, coherence, glutinosity, gumminess, stickiness, stick-to-itiveness, tackiness, toughness, viscidity, viscosity
See also: adhesion, coherence, tenacity
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Once the basic reaction with water was produced, excess lime did not provide any positive effect on the adhesiveness, but the excess filler occupies the voids an extreme may be formed ruts, hence the losses are highest for maximum values of filler, with no internal friction of gross particles.
As to the adhesiveness, all samples show 100% adhesion on tape test, regardless of their DPHA content.
Reduced adhesiveness of bacteria to epithelial cells could be caused by changes in cell surface hydrophobicity.
Platelet adhesiveness, plasma fibrinogen and factor levels in diabetes mellitus.
Different mixing ratios of silicone and carbon nanotubes is tested for conductivity, adhesiveness and mechanical properties in order to find the best suited one.
This leads to reductions in the amount of energy for production and processing, and improvement in adhesiveness and elongation.
MSCs in culture are characterized by their adhesiveness and fusiform shape [14].
An example is guaifenesin, which is thought to reduce the adhesiveness and surface tension of mucus, and thus increase the movement and clearance of the secretions.
PlasmaTreat's contribution is use of its atmospheric plasma technology to selectively treat the mold surface between cycles with an anti-stick coating to counteract the PUR's adhesiveness.
They applied the film directly onto fresh apples to evaluate its adhesiveness.
The new starch gives good adhesiveness to pastry or biscuit layers while preventing the cream from sticking to equipment or cutlery, helping to shape and maintain product structure for consumer satisfaction.