water-bath

water-bath

n
(Chemistry) chem a vessel containing heated water, used for heating substances
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Residual monomer of reline acrylic resins: Effect of water-bath and microwave post-polymerization treatments.
I don't remember pressure canners back then, but I do remember that the water-bath canners would boil away for a long time on some of the produce jars.
She asks everybody who writes to us, "What can you tell me about canning?" She had several bad experiences with pressure cookers in the past, so we stick with water-bath canning now.
A economical water-bath series will be coming soon.
Features include a choice of six types of work heads, mufflers to reduce noise, a media reclaimer connected to a water-bath disposal drum, and Vacutrans[R] components capable of retrieving up to 6,600 lbs.
Neonotal infections with Pseudomonas aeruginosa associated with a water-bath used to thaw flesh frozen plasma.
If corrosion was occurring at the same rate on the metal in each water-bath system, the net current flow between them would be zero.
Conventional upward-extruding versions with rotating dies and air rings, and downward-extruding water-bath systems, optional coextrusion capability, automatic roll changing, computer controls, printers, slit-sealers, corona treaters, and bag makers.