[ noun ] any material that fills a space or container
"there was not enough fill for the trench"
Used in print(Francis J. Johnston and John E. Willard, "The...)
In studying the liquid phase thermal reaction , some 70 tubes from 12 different manifold fillings were prepared and analyzed .
Following observation of the fact that the reaction rates of supposedly identical reaction mixtures prepared on the same filling manifold and exposed under identical conditions often differed by several hundred per_cent , a systematic series of experiments was undertaken to see whether the difficulty could be ascribed to the method of preparing the chlorine , to the effects of oxygen or moisture or to the effect of surface to volume ratio in the reaction tubes .
Rather large differences were still found between reaction cells from different manifold fillings .
Some 80 reaction tubes from 13 manifold fillings were illuminated in the temperature range from 40 to 85 ` in a further endeavor to determine the cause of the irreproducibility and to obtain information on the activation_energy and the effect of light intensity .
[ noun ] flow into something (as a container)
Used in print(Richard F. McLaughlin, et al., "A study of the...)
Such a dual derivation was strikingly demonstrated during the injection process where initial filling would be noted to occur in several isolated pleural vessels at_once .
With completion of filling , net-like anastomoses were noted to be present between these separately derived branches .