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The number density N of bubbles retained upon termination of their coalescence process can be estimated using the following formula [23]:
Therefore the bubble coalescence is occurring lately.
This is the first known study of a latex film that cracks despite particle coalescence.
Furthermore, languages rely on morphophonemic processes such as glide formation, vowel deletion, vowel coalescence and consonant (usually glide) epenthesis to resolve hiatus (see Casali, 1996, 1997).
This allowed us to observe that each nanocrystal can either grow steadily through the addition of monomers from solution or by merging with another nanocrystal in random coalescence events," he added.
The numerical solution of the dynamic PBE is a notably difficult problem due to a number of numerical complexities and model uncertainties regarding the particle breakage and coalescence mechanisms and are often poorly understood.
All grades are constructed with the proven technology of borosilicate microfiberglass that offers the highest level of coalescence at the lowest pressure drop.
We want to accompany Europe's coalescence, in that we are creating a medium from Germany for all of Europe," says Editor in Chief Bruno Waltert, former Editor in Chief of the Berliner Morgenpost.
For Raiffeisen Zentralbank Director Karl Sevelda observed: "This partnership between the airports of Vienna and Bratislava represents a unique opportunity to speed up the coalescence of the region and promote economic development.
Major crack development due to void growth and coalescence catalyzed by thermal mismatch stress finally led to an open joint.
The Assembly document Planning Policy Wales states, oThe purpose of a green belt is to prevent the coalescence of large towns and cities with other settlements; manage urban form through controlled expansion of urban areas; assist in safeguarding the countryside from encroachment; protect the setting of an urban area; assist in urban regeneration by encouraging the recycling of derelict and other urban land.
Planetary scientists call such a fragile coalescence a rubble pile (SN: 7/28/01, p.