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The spherical cap of the small cone is of platinum, so as not to melt by the action of the cylinder and blow-pipe, for the latter are placed upon the bottom of the iron tank in the midst of the helicoidal spiral, and the extremity of their flame will slightly touch the cap in question.
The colour was caused by little gelatinous balls, about the fifth of an inch in diameter, in which numerous minute spherical ovules were imbedded: they were of two distinct kinds, one being of a reddish colour and of a different shape from the other.
The system is comprised of a spherical external frame, an internal LED frame with eight curved LED strips extending from top to bottom, and a drone fitted inside the sphere with legs protruding underneath.
mesentericum and a percentage of spherical ascospores varying from 20 to 50-55 % were sometimes encountered.
amp;nbsp;"When I saw the cloud it was an even more spherical shape, so I regret not taking the photo more quickly.
a market leader in Printing & Document solutions and IT services today announced the launch of its RICOH THETA S, the newest model in the RICOH THETA series of spherical cameras that capture 360-degree scenes surrounding the user.
Visual acuity (VA), Spherical equivalent (SE) of refractive error, RMS value of total HOAs, coma and spherical aberrations were evaluated.
Keywords: word length, free product, spherical growth series.
Spherical media enables a range of immersive viewing experiences and is an essential building block of virtual reality, a technology poised to transform entertainment, education and other industries.
By studying various laboratorial conditions, the researchers obtained optimum conditions for the synthesis of spherical nanoparticles.
Parameters of best variogram for porosity data n angle tol model nugget sill sill / (sill (deg) (deg) + nugget) 1 0 75 spherical 0.
Checa and Marthe Rousseau point out that the most flawless and highly prized pearls have perhaps the most perfectly spherical, or ball-like, shape among all the objects in nature that are visible without a microscope.