water-bath

water-bath

n
(Chemistry) chem a vessel containing heated water, used for heating substances
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Residual monomer of reline acrylic resins: Effect of water-bath and microwave post-polymerization treatments.
I don't remember pressure canners back then, but I do remember that the water-bath canners would boil away for a long time on some of the produce jars.
She had several bad experiences with pressure cookers in the past, so we stick with water-bath canning now.
A economical water-bath series will be coming soon.
Features include a choice of six types of work heads, mufflers to reduce noise, a media reclaimer connected to a water-bath disposal drum, and Vacutrans[R] components capable of retrieving up to 6,600 lbs.
Neonotal infections with Pseudomonas aeruginosa associated with a water-bath used to thaw flesh frozen plasma.
Jams, jellies, conserves, preserves, fruit butters and marmalades should be sealed with two-piece vacuum lids and then processed by water-bath canning.
If corrosion was occurring at the same rate on the metal in each water-bath system, the net current flow between them would be zero.
Conventional upward-extruding versions with rotating dies and air rings, and downward-extruding water-bath systems, optional coextrusion capability, automatic roll changing, computer controls, printers, slit-sealers, corona treaters, and bag makers.