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What does ML stand for?
ML stands for Multilayer
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
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We have 134 other meanings of ML in our Acronym Attic
- Motherwell (postcode, United Kingdom)
- Motor Launch
- Mountain Leader
- Movimiento Libertario (Spanish: Libertarian Movement)
- Much Love
- Mucocutaneous Leishmaniasis
- Mucolipidosis (enzymatic genetic disorder)
- Multi Language
Samples in periodicals archive:
has been granted a patent for a multilayer coating in which a plurality of photocurable resin cured films are layered, wherein at least two adjacent layers comprise the same hindered phenol antioxidant in different amounts, and wherein the antioxidant has at least one hindered phenol group, the hindered phenol group containing none or only one sterically hindered alkyl group selected from the group consisting of an i-propyl group, an i-butyl group, and a tert-butyl group and wherein the adjacent layers comprise urethane meth(acrylate), wherein the multilayer coating further is comprised of an amine compound; wherein the amine compound is present in the multilayer coating to prevent the generation of hydrogen gas.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] The LPKF MultiPress S is a microprocessor-controlled bench top multilayer lamination press for multilayer circuit board fabrication in a lab or prototyping environment.
Hitachi Data Systems has announced that the Cisco MDS 9500 series Multilayer directors and the Cisco MDS 9216 Multilayer fabric switch are available now from Hitachi Data Systems with full service and support through a worldwide reseller agreement with Cisco Systems.
Polyelectrolyte multilayers are gel-like films of alternating layers of positively and negatively charged molecules.
One of the advantages of working at a neutron facility with a suite of modern instruments is that one has the ability to explore a wide range of phenomena, from domain structures, ferrofluids, and magnetically active bio-organisms with SANS, to multilayer magnets with reflectometry, to magnetic diffraction studies as a function of temperature, pressure, and applied magnetic and electric fields.
Coextrusion processes can be used to produce a number of commercial materials including conjugate fibers, multilayer sheet and films, foam composites, etc.