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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But there remains risk, albeit uncommon, of contamination with infectious diseases, particularly with blood products that are stored at room temperature."
Still on high, beat in the soft, room temperature butter a tablespoon at a time.
Led by Associate Professor Yang Hyunsoo from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, the NUS research team has, for the first time, successfully demonstrated room temperature magnetisation switching driven by giant SOTs in topological insulator/conventional ferromagnet (Bi2Se3/NiFe) heterostructures with an extremely low current density, that can address the issue of scalability and high power consumption needed in modern spintronic devices.
Store them at room temperature. | Dried: Store in a cool, dark place.
That could mean refrigeration, freezing, or leaving the samples at room temperature.
Baseline 24-h samples were stored in the dark at room temperature, 4[degrees]C, and -20[degrees]C.
Dynamic nuclear polarisation via conduction electrons has, however, not yet been demonstrated at room temperature - which is crucial for the method to be useful in practice for the development of quantum computers.
Used in relatively small proportions, a hardener is generally the second component of room temperature curing silicone rubber.
MHI's room-temperature bonding machine bonds various materials, such as silicon and metals, at room temperature by radiating an ion or atom beam on the surface of the bonding material - a process that has conventionally been performed by heating.
Comment: These findings indicate that the number of living probiotic bacteria in yogurt products decreases progressively when the yogurt is kept at room temperature. Considering that probiotics have value for preventing and treating a wide range of health conditions, it would be prudent to keep yogurt products refrigerated as much as possible.
It can also be stored at room temperature and is convenient for lengthy surgeries as it is stable at room temperature for up to 24 hours after reconsti-tution.
To maintain their smooth, springy texture, they must be stored at room temperature and eaten promptly.