nonhygroscopic


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nonhygroscopic

(ˌnɒnˌhaɪɡrəˈskɒpɪk)
adj
(Chemistry) chem not hygroscopic or able to retain water
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WATER-MARK KF Reagents are the first stable, nonhygroscopic titrants, the first pyridine-free coulometric reagents available in the U.
Covering flux--(mixtures of chlorides, KCl, NaCl, nonhygroscopic salts); prevents gas pickup and reduces dross formation by oxidation; flux becomes a liquid at molten aluminum temperatures, effectively sealing the melt surface; absorbs oxides and other nonmetallic inclusions; provides a barrier against gas absorption; and produces a dry dross.
Aerosol species are classified into hygroscopic and nonhygroscopic aerosols.
Accudry dehumidifying dryers for critical drying applications, and the 2000 series hot-air dryers for nonhygroscopic applications.
The company notes that Nexstat-10C896 is humidity-independent and nonhygroscopic (no predrying is required); exhibits high impact strength with good flow and physical properties; produces minimal sloughing, low ionic contamination, and low out-gassing; and is recyclable.
It is shown that new TPVs are nonhygroscopic, have no yellowish color and provide better colorability while maintaining the elastomeric properties of conventional TPVs.
Powder is nonhygroscopic and will form a suspension in water and oil-based formulations.
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.
CDH hot-air dryers can be used to dry most nonhygroscopic materials and are good for hygroscopic materials as a preheater.