causticity


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causticity

[kȯ′stis·əd·ē]
(chemistry)
The property of being caustic.
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Special care was taken to choose a type of viscoelastic silicone gel material in order to meet the conditions of causticity resistance to air and water, and high intermolecular force so that the ferromagnetic particles, which have an arbitrary shape and size, are evenly and stably dispersed at room temperature after the solidification process.
Luis Roca, the other co-CEO of the British company, highlight that M30 high clean methanol gasoline is made by compounding self developed additive, which overcomes the original short comes of methanol low heating point, causticity, store carry delaminated, settles big proportion methanol catalytic combustion technology and tail gas purgation, mutual dissolves with delaminating, low temperature starting, high temperature gas obstruct, engine spare part material causticity problem, does not need to change engine and can be used directly or mixed with regular gasoline.
At the top of his form, however, Westermann constructed near miraculous contraptions of deep feeling, causticity, and wit.