- adj. physics of, or relating to rheology
- adj. of or relating to rheology
- From rheology + -ical (Wiktionary)
“This liquid solution could allow flow processes, known as rheological processes, on the”
“Being unfamiliar with rheological terms myself, could you expand a little?”
“Microstructural and rheological properties of cooked squid mantle.”
“It continued to operate for almost five seconds - ten times its designed lifetime - broadcasting thousands of chemical, physical and rheological measurements, before Io demolished it.”
“Particle size, particle shape, zeta potential, molecular weight, chemical composition and rheological properties measurements are now joined by advanced chromatography solutions”
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“The flow behaviours of steam jet-cooked buckwheat flour suspensions were evaluated and samples were covered with a thin layer of mineral oil to prevent dehydration during rheological testing, they continued.”
“Mühlenchemie, ECME Gluten Plus, which is supplied to bakers globally in powder form, improves the rheological and baking properties, does not interfere with standard flour treatment or bread improvers and saves 40 per cent on the price of added wheat gluten.”
“And he said the R&D team successfully demonstrated that this combination promoted an interaction with gluten's polar and non-polar proteins to improve to rheological properties of wheat flour.”
“These include particle size, particle shape, zeta potential, molecular weight, size and conformation, rheological properties and chemical distribution.”
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