nonhygroscopic


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nonhygroscopic

(ˌnɒnˌhaɪɡrəˈskɒpɪk)
adj
(Chemistry) chem not hygroscopic or able to retain water
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Second, the AOD from combined hygroscopic and nonhygroscopic aerosol number concentrations in the aerosol-aware microphysics can be passed to the radiation scheme.
Four styles of hopper dryers include a low-cost, hot-air unit for use with nonhygroscopic materials that can serve more than one press.
The SHA Series of hot air dryers, recently introduced by Sterling, features a single blower design that provides heated air to nonhygroscopic materials.
Finally, an earlier study (12, 13) showed that atmospheric gases can have a significant effect on the rheology of even nonhygroscopic polystyrene.
All the metal complexes are stable at room temperature and are nonhygroscopic in nature.
CDH hot-air dryers can be used to dry most nonhygroscopic materials and are good for hygroscopic materials as a preheater.
Because no moisture-absorbing constituents are used in producing the NexPrene 9000 Series of fully vulcanized thermoplastic elastomer materials, the products in the series are nonhygroscopic (they do not absorb moisture from the atmosphere).
The analytical and physical parameters of the newly synthesized Schiff base (DHPEAPMQ) and its metal complexes reveal Schiff base (DHPEAPMQ) and its complexes were very stable and nonhygroscopic at room temperature, and the complexes were sparinglysoluble in common organic solvents and completely soluble in DMF and DMSO.
The Santoprene B100 (as well as the TPE 8000) Series TPVs are easy to process and easy to color, and are nonhygroscopic (do not pick up moisture), says AES.
All the Ni(II) complexes were colored, stable, and nonhygroscopic in nature.
Hot-air dryers are suitable for removing surface moisture and preheating nonhygroscopic materials at up to 250[degrees]F.