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Глоссарий по архитектуре и конструкциям
  1. In paint technology, bacteria and fungi which are harmful to liquid paint and dry paint films. bactericides and fungicides are added to paints to inhibit the growth of these organisms.

  2. Organisms that are visible only under a microscope

Микроорганизмы, русский
    (микробы) , мельчайшие, преимущественно одноклеточные, организмы, видимые только в микроскоп: бактерии, микроскопические грибы и водоросли, простейшие. иногда к микроорганизмам относят вирусы. характеризуются огромным разнообразием видов, способных существовать в различных условиях (горячие источники, дно океана, снега гор и т. д.). играют большую роль в круговороте веществ в природе. используются в пищевой и микробиологической промышленности (виноделие, хлебопечение, производство антибиотиков, витаминов, аминокислот, белка и др.), генной инженерии. патогенные микроорганизмы вызывают болезни растений, животных и человека.

Вызывающие порчу, русский

Technology, английский
  1. The use of tools and knowledge to meet human needs.

  2. Техника; технология

  3. Техника (означает все знания или неотъемлемую часть знаний о: научных принципах или открытиях; промышленных процессах; материальных и энергетических ресурсах; средствах транспорта и связи, постольку, поскольку эти знания непосредственно касаются развития производства товаров или сферы услуг; документы юнеско)

  4. N технология speech recognition ~ технология распознава- ния речи3

  5. Национальный институт стандартов и технологии

  6. Технология

  7. The body of knowledge about, and the systematic study of, methods, techniques and hardware applied in the adaptation of the physical environment to man`s needs and wants. the application of scientific knowledge to build or improve the infrastructure of agriculture, industry government and daily life. (technology must not be confused with the very infrastructure it generates). technology has autocatalytic properties. it favores the use of technical devices and processes even in solving social problems, e.g., by using fertilizers to enhance agricultural production rather than a different form of work organization, by using computers for national planning rather than decentralized decision making processes.

  8. The practical application of knowledge to achieve particular tasks that employs both technical artefacts (hardware, equipment) and (social) information (‘software’, know-how for production and use of artefacts). supply push aims at developing specifi c technologies through support for research, development and demonstration. demand pull is the practice of creating market and other incentives to induce the introduction of particular sets of technologies (e.g., low-carbon technologies through carbon pricing) or single technologies (e.g., through technology-specifi c feed-in tariffs).

Microscope, английский
  1. Microscopio

  2. A scientific instrument with lenses, which makes very small objects appear larger  the tissue was examined under the microscope.  under the microscope it was possible to see the cancer cells. comment: in an ordinary or light microscope the image is magnified by lenses. in an electron microscope the lenses are electromagnets and a beam of electrons is used instead of light, thereby achieving much greater magnifications.

  3. Device used to form a highly magnified image of tiny objects for clear visualization

  4. Instrument that provides enlarged images of small objects. microscope, compound: conventional microscope, using geometrical optics for magnification. also called laboratory microscope. microscope, interference: magnifier using the wavelength of light as a unit of measure for surface contour and other characteristics. microscope, metallographic: metallurgical microscope incorporating a camera. also called a metallograph. most metallographic microscopes share these features: (a) stand with concealed shock absorbers, (b) intense light source, (c) inverted stand so that the test object is face down, (d) viewing screens for prolonged tasks such as dirt count or grain size measurements, (e) bright, dark and polarized illumination options. microscope, metallurgical: microscope designed with features suited for metallography. microscope, phase contrast: laboratory microscope with two additional optical elements to transmit both diffracted and undiffracted light, revealing refractive index discontinuities in a completely transparent test object. microscope, polarizing: microscope with polarizing elements to restrict light vibration to a single plane for studying material with directional optical properties. as fibers, crystals, sheet plastic and materials under strain are rotated between crossed polarizers on the microscope stage, they change color and intensity in a way that is related to their directional properties. mig welding: see gas metal arc welding.

  5. Instrument that provides enlarged images of very small objects.

Sheariness, английский
    In painted surfaces, the variations in gloss of semigloss or eggshell gloss finishes resulting from differences in film thickness.

Hafner ware, английский
    In northern european decorative