processible

processible

(ˈprəʊsɛsəbəl)
adj
a variant spelling of processable
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The results demonstrate the feasibility of a new generation of highly flexible, electrically pumped lasers processible from solutions that can complement or even eventually displace existing laser diodes fabricated using more-complex and -costly vacuum-based epitaxial techniques.
We also note that this is the first study on ultrasoft PU demonstrating its ability to be processible by electrospinning.
Heeger, Counter-Ion Induced Processibility of Polyaniline: Conducting Melt Processible Polymer Blends, Synth.Met, 69, 97 (1995).
(17.) Lee, JK, Char, K, Rhee, HW, Ro, HW, Yoo, DY, Yoon, DY, "Synthetic Control of Molecular Weight and Microstructure of Processible Poly(methylsilsesquioxane)s for Low-Dielectric Thin Film Applications." Polymer, 42 (21) 9085-9089 (2001)
It can be used as primary or the only emulsifier in formulas; cold processible, yet heat-stable.
InnoSolTEX(R) is as easily processible as conventional textile auxiliary agents and can be diluted with water.
These are melt processible elastomers with properties similar to cured rubber, but unlike cured rubber can be injection molded, extruded or blow molded, and are recyclable.
"For appliance applications, however, we've been able to develop high-flow, high-performance, highly processible materials that can be used to mold thinner walls and more intricate detail, and flow as well as if not better than some of the materials we're competing against," he asserts.
Gelan, "Synthesis of a processible high molecular weight poly(thienylene vinylene).
Based on the variety of processible polymers and producible fiber finenesses, a wide product range is covered with the Oerlikon Neumag meltblown technology.

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