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nonthermal

(ˌnɒnˈθɜːməl)
adj
(General Physics) not producing or involving thermal energy
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Adj.1.nonthermal - not involving heat; "nonthermal luminescence"
caloric, thermal, thermic - relating to or associated with heat; "thermal movements of molecules"; "thermal capacity"; "thermic energy"; "the caloric effect of sunlight"
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The nonthermally cycled sample EDX shows only iron (Fe), Y, Zr, and oxygen (O).
Mamun [17] studied the ion temperature effect on the electrostatic solitons in nonthermal plasmas, which contain nonthermally distributed electrons and warm adiabatic ions using Sagdeev potential technique.
Nonthermally processed food presents some kind of a risk due to incomplete preservation of food.
Without the availability of other sterilization means, it would be necessary to develop similar bioactive electrospun approaches using specific nonthermally labile chemicals with recognized cellular functionalities.
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Weight losses for boron-pretreated samples subjected to thermal modification tended to be similar to those found for the nonthermally modified blocks, suggesting that the process had no negative effects on boron performance.