room temperature


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room temperature

n.
An indoor temperature around 20 or 22°C (68 to 72°F).

room temperature

n
the normal temperature of a living room, usually taken as being around 20°C
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Noun1.room temperature - the normal temperature of room in which people live
temperature - the degree of hotness or coldness of a body or environment (corresponding to its molecular activity)
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Stress-strain properties, hardness and tensile set testing was conducted on PHO film crystallized at room temperature from the melt.
FTA Elute, the newest extension of the Whatman FTA product line, binds proteins, hemoglobin and other PCR inhibitors to create an extremely stable environment that allows DNA to be stored at room temperature.
Cover with plastic wrap, touching the top and let set at room temperature 6 to 8 hours, until firm enough to scoop or pipe.
Moreover, because the prototype operates at room temperature, researchers will be able to develop very small machines for portable X-ray work, such as in an ambulance or airport-security and customs operations, says Zhou.
Reactive hot-melt adhesives are 100% solids, one-part systems that cure by absorbing atmospheric moisture at room temperature.
Last, the monomer enters the room temperature deposition chamber where it simultaneously adsorbs and polymerizes on the substrate elastomer.
One, called oligo([epsilon]-caprolactone) diol, maintains the polymer's temporary form at room temperature and higher.
RTV silicone foams are based on a two-component liquid system which is capable of curing at room temperature.
While the new room temperature storage option may be used, Bayer recommends refrigerating (36 degrees - 46 degrees F, 2 degrees - 8 degrees C) Kogenate(R) FS whenever possible.
10 tablespoons (1 1/4 sticks) unsalted butter, at room temperature
demonstrated a magnetic refrigeration unit that operated at room temperature (SN: 3/28/98, p.