nonliquid

nonliquid

(ˌnɒnˈlɪkwɪd)
n
a substance which is not liquid
adj
(Banking & Finance) finance (of assets) not readily converted into cash
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One big difference between FLA and LFP batteries' reactions is that FLA chemistry happens on the surface of the lead electrodes, while ions in the nonliquid electrolyte of LFP batteries are fully absorbed into the crystalline structure of the electrodes.
Other possible CAMs include a company's valuations of hard-to-value securities and investments in nonliquid assets, assuming in both cases that they are material to the balance sheet, Sullivan said.
That is the message in a new book, Quench, by Dr Dana Cohen, an integrative medicine specialist in New York, and Gina Bria, an anthropologist whose studies of the water challenges faced by desert dwellers led to the establishment of the Hydration Foundation, a nonprofit group that promotes understanding and consumption of nonliquid sources of water.
Pooled Single-Trade Performance--Liquid versus nonliquid Market Periods This table reports cumulative DGTW benchmark-adjusted performance over the next 1-, 3-, 6-, and 12-month periods resulting from trades sorted according to the Trade Motivation Matrix (TMM) of 3,802 actively managed US domestic equity funds in the period 2003-2012.
It will be very difficult to fund an emergency concern using a nonliquid asset like a real-estate property, given the time and effort needed to convert it to cash.
But thanks to the Republican tax law, Apple will pay at a fraction of the tax rate on its foreign profits that it would have paid at under previous tax law - just 15.5 percent on profits held as cash and 8 percent on earnings held in nonliquid assets like real estate and equipment.
Two CT scans (Figures 5 and 6) were repeated at one month intervals, which showed gradual resolution of the retrogastric abscess to a small nonliquid lesion.
In our experiments, we used a gel-type (nonliquid) form of food attractants to avoid problems with the electronics.
It is also called cohesion parameter, a term which is often preferred to solubility parameter when referring to nonliquid materials such as polymers [42-44].
As a nonliquid invasive jet, the abrasive gas jet avoids borehole collapse, which is mainly induced by water invasion during assisted drilling with high-pressure water jets [7-9].
College graduates of all race and ethnic categories did not escape the drop in nonliquid wealth.