agglomeration

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An extended city area comprising the built-up area of a central city and any suburbs linked by continuous urban area
State of being collected in a mass; a mass; cluster
The act or process of collecting in a mass; a heaping together
{n} a gathering into a ball
The action where small particles group together to form larger particles or nodes of a scale anywhere from pea to golf ball size usually due to moisture or surface tension
A net advantage a company gains by sharing a common location with other companies
(Water Quality) The grouping of small-suspended particles into larger particles that are more easily removed through filtration, skimming, or settling Also see Coagulation ADVANCE \x 540
a group of items gathered haphazardly, such as an agglomeration of assets
Term commonly used to describe sticking together of grain refiner particles
The formation of a larger airborne particle by the collision of two or more smaller particles Agglomeration takes place when the attractive forces between the particles is greater than the kinetic energy of collision
The process by which fine particles of crushed rock are bound to larger pieces of crushed rock so that fine particles within the heap leach pad do not inhibit percolation of leach solutions
The potential of the system for particle attraction and adhesion
The growth of a particle by collision with and assimilation of other particles Ordinarily, the connotation is that all particles are solid
In meteorology, the process by which precipitation particles grow larger by collision or contact with cloud particles or other precipitation particles (Source: Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center, 1990)
a jumbled collection or mass
A method of concentrating valuable minerals based on their adhesion properties
The close association of similar or complimentary industries near one another
(Obsolete ) The process of growth of hydrometeors in clouds by the collection of other hydrometeors Another obsolete term for these processes is coagulation Accretion, coalescence, and aggregation are the terms presently in use
A process of bringing smaller particles together to form a larger mass Algae Single- or multi-celled organisms that are commonly found in surface water, such as duckweed They produce their own food through photosynthesis The algae population is divided up into green algae and blue algae, of which the blue algae are very damageable to human health Excessive algae growth may cause the water to have undesirable odours or tastes Decay of algae diminishes oxygen supplies in the water
Small particles of pigments gathering together forming a larger mass
The process of collisions of particles that stick together to become larger particles
Process whereby the mined ore is mixed with cement or lime prior to loading on the leach pad to group fine particles to large pieces
A technique that combines small or powdered materials into larger particles or granules usually employing some type of liquid binders such as silicates Heating is sometimes associated with this process
The collecting or coalescence of dispersed suspended matter into larger masses or flocs which can settle and be filtered from the water
the tendency for firms with related products to locate close to each other in order to reducetransport costs and other overheads
A particle-size-increasing operation in which powdered solids are brought together in a loose state of bonding to form larger particulates
the act of collecting in a mass; the act of agglomerating
The clustering of disparate elements
A family of processes which can be used to concentrate valuable minerals (including coal) based on their adhesive properties
{i} pile, heap; mass; accumulation, cluster
the act of collecting in a mass; the act of agglomerating a jumbled collection or mass
An agglomeration of things is a lot of different things gathered together, often in no particular order or arrangement. = accumulation. a large collection of things that do not seem to belong together agglomeration of
agglomerate
Collected into a ball, heap, or mass
agglomerate
A mass of angular volcanic fragments united by heat; distinguished from conglomerate
agglomerate
An ice cover of floe formed by the freezing together of various forms of ice
agglomerate
A collection or mass
agglomerate
to pile or heap together
agglomerate
{v} to gather into a ball, to grow
Agglomerate
Several particles adhering together
Agglomerate
Breccia composed largely or entirely of fragments of volcanic rocks
Agglomerate
to collect or gather in a rounded mass, a clustering of undispersed particles usually pigments, sometimes found in metallic and other mixtures
Agglomerate
clustered together but not coherent; "an agglomerated flower head"
Agglomerate
A breccia composed largely or entirely of fragments of volcanic rocks
Agglomerate
Clusters of individual pigment particles, which can vary in size and shape As these agglomerates are broken apart, dispersion improves and color value is increased Agglomerates are sometimes able to be seen with the naked eye, or we can discern them under microscopic evaluation
Agglomerate
A loose arrangement of primary particles and aggregates of a pigment, attached, for example, at their corners or edges, which may be broken down during dispersion in the paint making process
Agglomerate
form into one cluster
Agglomerate
Clumps of pigment crystals which have formed loose clusters containing entrapped air Usually undesirable in paint as they tend to settle out and have poor optical properties
Agglomerative
clustered together but not coherent; "an agglomerated flower head"
agglomerate
form into one cluster clustered together but not coherent; "an agglomerated flower head
agglomerate
a type of rock formed from pieces of material from a volcano that have melted together (past participle of agglomerare , from ad- + glomus ). adj. Large, coarse, angular rock fragments associated with lava flow that are ejected during explosive volcanic eruptions. Although they may appear to resemble sedimentary conglomerates, agglomerates are igneous rocks that consist almost wholly of angular or rounded lava fragments of varying size and shape. Some geologists sort agglomerates into bombs, blocks, and breccia. Bombs are ejected in a molten state, becoming rounded upon solidification, and blocks are erupted as solid fragments. Upon accumulation and solidification of the angular fragments (also known as pyroclastics), they form agglomerates
agglomerate
To wind or collect into a ball; hence, to gather into a mass or anything like a mass
agglomerate
To collect in a mass
agglomerate
{f} accumulate, collect, amass; be accumulated, be amassed
agglomerate
Collected into a rounded head of flowers
agglomerate
{s} heaped, stacked, gathered in a mass, clustered, accumulated
agglomerations
plural of agglomeration
agglomerative
Having a tendency to agglomerate
agglomerative
Having a tendency to gather together, or to make collections
agglomerative
{s} accumulative, collective, gathered
the Dan agglomeration
urban area including Tel Aviv and the vicinity
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