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- deposit removal is either through deposit dissolution, particle re-entrainment, or deposit spalling, erosive wear, or exfoliation.
- deposition can be viewed as a reverse process to dissolution or particle re-entrainment. see also : atomic layer deposition chemical vapor
- moreover, dust must be dislodged successfully without causing a lot of re-entrainment. each installation has a unique intensity and period
- 'altered circadian rhythm reentrainment to light phase shifts in rats with low levels of brain angiotensinogen.' american journal of
- list of publications : the re-entrainment of settled dust. international journal of air pollution 2(3):357-363. bagnold, r.a. 1960.
- year 2006 , title odor-specific effects on reentrainment following phase advances in the diurnal rodent, octodon degus , journal am.
- additionally, the presence of low-level light at night accelerates circadian re-entrainment of hamsters of all ages by 50%; this is
- reduced electrical force component retaining collected dust, vulnerable to high reentrainment losses. negligible voltage drop across dust
- author agostino pv, plano sa, golombek da , title sildenafil accelerates reentrainment of circadian rhythms after advancing light
- low- to medium-energy scrubbers: the wetted walls also prevent dust reentrainment. pressure drops for these collectors range from 2 to 8 in.