noncaking

noncaking

(nɒnˈkeɪkɪŋ)
adj
not liable to cake or to become compacted or crusty
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Types of coal [mathematical C expression not reproducible] Lignite 10 1.00 Noncaking coal 10 0.67 Weakly caking coal 10 1.00 Long flame coal 6 1.00 Gas coal 3 0.61 Fat coal 1 0.55 Coking coal 1 0.50 Lean coal 1 0.50 Meager coal 1 0.50 Anthracite 1 0.50 TABLE 4: Storage efficiency of unmineable coal seams [12].
Free-flowing, noncaking white granules simplify mixing, and they do not collect in the matrix of the detergent structure.
The product is a noncreasing, noncaking concealer developed with light-reflecting agents and an innovative water and polymer formula to create a lightweight, natural-looking luminous finish.
PICKING OR CANNING SALT Pickling or canning salt is pure, granulated salt with a somewhat coarser texture than that of table salt; in addition, pickling or canning salt does not contain any additives such as iodine or noncaking agents which allow table salt to free flow.