acid cure

acid cure

[′as·əd ‚kyu̇r]
(metallurgy)
The removal of some gangue carbonates from uranium ore by agitation with sulfuric acid prior to the leaching process.
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Three AEM terpolymers composed of methyl acrylate, ethylene and an acid cure site monomer were selected for the evaluation (table 3).
5% was cyanide soluble copper was subjected to an acid cure and leached in a ferric sulfate environment for 295 days.
Acid cure (AC) coatings are seeing a decline in usage due their high formaldehyde content, and they, along with polyester (PE), are likely loose out market share over the forecast period.
Four basic types of surface finishes exist: oil modified urethane, moisture-cured urethane, water-based urethane and Swedish finish or acid cure urethane.
A conventional accelerator system for halobutyl such as MBTS and methyl tuads (TMTD) speeds up the zinc oxide/stearic acid cure.