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  • crystalline
  • We use a nematic liquid crystalline material flowing in microchannels to demonstrate passive and active modulation of the flow resistance. (mdpi.com)
  • ingredients
  • For example, dry adjuvants and fertilizers have the advantages of containing a high concentration of active ingredients, and the ability to incorporate various ingredients into the composition to increase the efficacy of the composition. (google.com)
  • methods
  • The Statical Method There are two methods by which the boiling point of a liquid under a given pressure may be determined, the statical and the dynamical. (chestofbooks.com)
  • Methods of using the compositions to coat and optionally clean a substrate are also disclosed. (patents.com)
  • apparatus
  • Prevention Of Leakage When a liquid is distilled under reduced pressure, it is necessary that all joints in the apparatus should be air-tight. (chestofbooks.com)
  • The compositions are particularly useful for cleansing and sterilizing kidney hemodialysis apparatus with minimal disruption of the protein layer which forms on the internal surface of the hollow fibers of a dialysis membrane when a patient is undergoing treatment with the apparatus thus establishing improved biocompatibility between patient and apparatus. (google.es)
  • temperatures
  • Molten steel poured into a continuous casting mill quickly achieves a time invariant pattern of temperatures and liquid and solid phase distribution that persists as long as molten metal is poured in at the top and solid steel is withdrawn from the bottom. (coursehero.com)
  • separation
  • Object Of Distillation The object of distillation is the separation of a volatile liquid from a non-volatile substance or, more frequently, the separation of two or more liquids of different volati. (chestofbooks.com)
  • Concentration
  • The second component includes a nucleophilic material comprising a natural or synthetic protein at a concentration of about 25% or less that, when mixed with the first component within a reaction pH range, cross-links with the first component to form a non-liquid, three-dimensional barrier. (google.es)
  • Composition: Concentration: ± 0.001 mole fraction. (nist.gov)
  • plait
  • Filling started with 5 mL of one reagent followed by small additions of the other two, usually alternately, to maintain a trace of lower or upper layer, until the composition of a plait point was reached or the tube was full. (nist.gov)