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FM mixer has the ability to frictionally elevate the temperature of material being mixed and to disperse agglomerated fine powders including most pigments.
Sonolator in-line homogenizer, used in custom-designed systems to emulsify or disperse liquids, converts kinetic energy of a high-velocity liquid stream into intense mixing energy.
1:5 and ex] ratio [greater than or equal to] 1 would not disperse and soils with a Ca: [Mg.
Increased width allows the repulsive forces between clay colloids to dominate, giving the soils a greater tendency to disperse (Sumner 1993).
Organic materials such as fungal hyphae and fine roots can help prevent dispersion by stabilising macroaggregates and thereby reducing the surface area from which clay can disperse (Tisdall 1996).
The 3 clay fractions obtained as described above, following gentle inversion, 1 h shaking, and ultrasonication, were termed easily dispersed clay ([is less than] 2 [micro] m), moderately dispersed clay ([is less than] 2 [micro] m), and difficult to disperse clay ([is less than] 2 [micro] m), respectively.
Harley Marek, VP of Information Systems at the First National Bank stated, "As one example, Net Manager is our Intranet tool of choice because we can disperse department specific web content management to each department.
FM mixer gas tge ability to frictionally elevate the temperature of material being mixed and to disperse agglomerated fine powders including most pigments.