Segregation

Segregation or segregate refers to setting apart or separating things or people and may refer to:

  • Geographical segregation
  • Magnetic-activated cell sorting
  • Mendel's law of segregation
  • Particle segregation
  • Racial segregation
    • Racial segregation in the United States, a specific period in U.S. history
    • Racial segregation in Atlanta
  • Religious segregation
  • Residential segregation
  • Security segregation
  • Segregate (taxonomy)
  • Segregated cycle facilities
  • Segregation in materials
  • Sex segregation
    • Sex segregation in Islam
  • Segregation of trails

Other articles related to "segregation":

Segregation In Materials - Theories of Segregation - The Free Energy of Surface Segregation in Binary Systems
... The Langmuir-McLean equation for segregation, when using the regular solution model for a binary system, is valid for surface segregation (although sometimes the equation will be written replacing with ) ... The free energy of surface segregation is ... The surface segregation enrichment ratio increases when the solute atom size is larger than the matrix atom size and when the melting point of the solute is lower than ...
Segregation In Materials - Kinetics of Segregation
... In some situations where segregation is important, the segregant atoms do not have sufficient time to reach their equilibrium level as defined by the above adsorption theories ... The kinetics of segregation become a limiting factor and must be analyzed as well ... Most existing models of segregation kinetics follow the McLean approach ...
Single-gender World - Gender Segregation
... Segregation of genders is another relatively common trope of speculative fiction--physical separation can result in societies that are essentially single-gender, although the majority of such ... Sometimes the segregation is social, and men and women interact to a limited extent ...
LGBT People In Prison - Segregation
... be removed For their own safety, LGBT people in prison are sometimes placed in administrative segregation or protective custody ...

Famous quotes containing the word segregation:

    Segregation now, segregation tomorrow and segregation forever!
    George C. Wallace (b. 1919)