semidrying

semidrying

(ˌsɛmɪˈdraɪɪŋ)
adj
not drying completely
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A semidrying oil (soybean oil) was chosen for the monoglyceride to accentuate the role of the reactive diluents.
(15) Thus, by converting a semidrying oil, such as SBO, to a polymer, drying properties can be achieved that are far superior to that of a drying oil.
To smooth the paper, after Semidrying, can put it between two white paper and Ironing it.
Guner, FS, Erciyes, AT, Yagci, Y, "Drying and Semidrying Oil Macromonomers.
Latexes prepared via copolymerization of VOMMs such as SoyAA-1, which is derived from inexpensive soybean oil, and acrylate monomers are very similar to semidrying or non-drying alkyds and do not require any drying agents.
Oils are often divided into three categories according to their qualities, these categories are nondrying, semidrying, and drying.
The mean total phenolics, total flavonoids, lycopene and ascorbic acid content of the fresh tomatoes decreased by 26%, 13%, 14% and 21%, respectively, as a result of the semidrying process.
Oils are of three types: drying, semidrying and nondrying.