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nonsolid

(ˌnɒnˈsɒlɪd)
n
(Chemistry) any substance that is not in a solid state, ie a liquid or a gas
adj
not solid
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Vamsi Krishna et al [13] This paper describes a specific study on the application of nonsolid lubricant suspensions in lubricating oil in turning of AISI 1040 steel with carbide tool.
The experiment proved that when learning new words for solid substances children generalized based on shape and number, and when learning new words for nonsolid substances generalized based on texture and color.
Electrospun and electrosprayed nanostructures present the main advantage over other encapsulation technologies that they could offer enhanced bioavailability for nonsolid and semi-solid foods in nanostructures.
In general, atypical MRI in intracranial epidermoid cysts may be attributed to factors of high proteinaceous content or abundance of polymorphonuclear leukocytes in the cyst, creamy texture or nonsolid of the cyst contents, and calcification and hemorrhage within the cyst.
Computed tomography is very specific between differentiating solid and nonsolid lesions of mediastinum.
The Eco-Tac fuel briquette was approved by the EPA as a non-hazardous and nonsolid waste fuel," Camara said.
9) < 5 years (b) Nonsolid (chipboard, plywood) wooden furniture in child's bedroom (b) None 31 (26.
Our strategy is to see nonsolid lines between the circles," Gecik says.
and EU airports, including duty free items in sealed bags, medicine, baby food and other nonsolid items for specific dietary requirements.
These are most likely to contain malignancy Nonsolid lesions, also called groundglass opacities, are troublesome and difficult to assess.
The defects are gaps containing air or another nonsolid, and the gap, even if no thicker than 0.