thermically

thermically

(ˈθɜːmɪkəlɪ)
adv
in a thermic manner
References in periodicals archive ?
EFFECT OF STORAGE ON THE ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY OF Sesamum indicum L., TREATED THERMICALLY IN CONVENTIONAL AND MICROWAVE OVEN
The dominance of this species in F5 is mainly due to the low percentage of canopy cover, which generates a micro-climate that is thermically favorable in comparison with other fragments (Table 1).
All clips are thermically stabilized before delivery (temperature aging).
At farm B, where contamination was revealed only by sampling dust and feces (with only an A14-B21 CRISPR profile for Salmonella Enteritidis), minimal sanitary policies were implemented (i.e., thermically treating eggs, disinfecting laying houses).
These kiln are not thermically isolated, and therefore there is heat radiation towards the exterior, which means a loss of energy in the process.
Regarding the epoxidation reaction, the efficiency of the romarchite was determined, with the solid treated thermically at 600[degrees]C being the most active one.
The colour measurement: a fast method to study and to optimize the chemical transformations undergone in the thermically treated wood.
Structural characteristic of thermically deepened space in basalt will be therefore described and published after another series of laboratory experiments.
The color measurement: A fast method to study and to optimize the chemical transformation undergone in the thermically treated wood.
The FLT 10's electrical components are thermically separated in their own compartments and have a separate Ex-e, maintenance-friendly connection.
The part far away from the surface of blue contact color is not requested too much thermically. More the thermal conductivity of the material is low, more its temperature is high.
As PURABIND [R] PULP is pure flour which has only been thermically treated, it does not need to be declared separately, provided that wheat flour is an ingredient in the overall product.