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Microstructuring

A method of money laundering in which larger transactions are broken down into multiple smaller transactions to evade detection by authorities. For example, making multiple (under US$10,000) deposits in banks and withdrawing it in overseas countries.
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Researchers are investigating a new process to achieve castings with the same microstructure as ADI (ausferritic) without heat treatment.
The aim of this work is to quantify the microstructure in different parts of the GMAW and SMAW welded joints and to make a qualitative correlation between the microstructure, quality and the tensile strength of the welded joint.
The occurrence of shell microstructure data in molluscs from both the Cambrian (e.
The microstructure of a light guide plate is designed to reflect light uniformly on an LCD.
UGS is a pioneer in the development and deployment of FX microstructure technology solutions in the FX marketplace.
13-18) The studies are scarce, however, on the effects of the shielding gas used in the TIG welding method on microstructure and the mechanical properties of materials.
The aim of this research was to investigate the influence of the deformation temperature interval and of the strain intensity on grain refinement and the microstructure structure for the purpose of a novel application.
is 'sufficiently' close to the asymptote (using a given criterion)--is the distance over which two points in the microstructure can be considered as independent (non-correlated).
In terms of wave characteristics, there are many physical effects due to the microstructure and its possible structural changes in the wave field.
After being micro-alloyed with SnBi20, silver enhanced the mechanical strength and electric conductivity; copper reinforced the thermal intensity; germanium prevented tin from oxidation and prevented pad lift; cerium enhanced the microstructure and restrained intermetallic compound (IMC) growth, and antimony stopped the phase change of tin (5).
Researchers at the Institute of Microstructure Technology at Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe GmbH in Karlsruhe, Germany, a large, government-funded engineering and research center, have developed a lab-scale thermoforming process that reportedly represents the industry's first move into micro-forming of structures with dimensions between 0.
Each microstructure contains a 15-nL particle-based column coupled with streptavidin in which reactions take place (Fig.