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void

Without any legal effect from the very beginning.Sometimes written as “void ab initio.”A contract by one who has been judged mentally incompetent is void. Contrast with voidable, which is something able to be set aside,should the party so chose.

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This month we look at voids or missing conformal coating.
Well, it turns out that cosmic voids play a key role in shaping the large-scale structure of the universe.
The study aimed to assess the percentage volume of voids in root canals, obturated with NanoFlow and conventional gutta percha using micro-computed tomography analysis at three different levels of the root canal.
For this study, the region of interest is the soil porous space, and images were segmented into voids and non-voids.
Solder voids are gas occlusions that form in solder ioints during the soldering process.
There is a considerable difference between the density of matter among different holes, which are called voids, in cosmic terms.
Much research has been dedicated to the study of the fatigue behavior of CFRP composites, and some factors have proved to have impacts on the fatigue behavior: (1) mechanical properties of the material components, such as fiber, matrix, and fiber/matrix interface [2]; (2) fiber orientation and fiber volume fraction [3,4]; (3) loading conditions, including load frequency and load ratio [5, 6, 7]; (4) manufacturing defects and aging effect of the material, such as fiber defects [8] and voids in matrix [9, 10, 11] or mechanical degradation due to hygrothermal aging [12] or ultraviolet radiation [13].
They found that more air voids in the FAMs resulted in increased moisture damage, and this trend became more significant as the bath temperature increased [10].
Performing a two sample t-test analysis indicated that Flux B produced fewer voids than Flux A with a statistical confidence of >99.99%.
A first phase included 1,362 precast "waffle slabs" with a series of cylindrical voids that supply ventilation for the facility's clean room.
The outcome was considered successful when the voiding efficiency was greater than 50% and PVR urine was less than 200 ml for two voids. The patient's bladder volume would be reassessed only if the patient had difficulty emptying or could not void.