Definition of Homogenization. Meaning of Homogenization. Synonyms of Homogenization

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Definition of Homogenization

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Meaning of Homogenization from wikipedia

- A homogenizer is a piece of laboratory or industrial equipment used for the homogenization of various types of material, such as tissue, plant, food, soil...
- culture". Cultural homogenization has been called "perhaps the most widely discussed hallmark of global culture". In theory, homogenization could work in the...
- a set Asymptotic homogenization, a method to study partial differential equations with highly oscillatory coefficients Homogenization of a polynomial,...
- Homogenization, in cell biology or molecular biology, is a process whereby different fractions of a biological sample become equal in composition. It can...
- homogenization are distinguished: primary homogenization, when the emulsion is created directly from separate liquids; and secondary homogenization,...
- interchangeably with "taxonomic homogenization", "functional homogenization", and "genetic homogenization", biotic homogenization is actually an overarching...
- diameters, intended for the gentle homogenization of eukaryotic cells (e.g. mammalian cells). Dounce homogenizers are still commonly used today to isolate...
- Coal homogenization refers to the process of mixing coal to reduce the variance of the product supplied. This homogenization process is performed during...
- In homogenization theory, a branch of mathematics, stochastic homogenization is a technique for understanding solutions to partial differential equations...
- high-pressure homogenization, sometimes labeled as "ultra-homogenized", has a longer shelf life than milk that has undergone ordinary homogenization at lower...