chemical purity


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chemical purity

[′kem·ə·kə ′pyu̇r·ə·dē]
(chemistry)
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Package 1 - Reagents for chemical purity to be high performance liquid chromatography isocratic and gradient
Calcium carbonates offer high chemical purity, a high degree of whiteness, a low refractive index, and low abrasiveness which makes them useful in the plastics industry.
Researchers will analyze the sample for chemical purity and plutonium-238 content to determine whether adjustments need to be made before scaling up the process.
The tantalum manufacturing capability features techniques for optimizing chemical purity to eliminate hidden dielectric defects that could continue to grow in the field, leading to capacitor failure.
3] content; exceptional chemical purity, fine grains and good dispersability; good tinting strength and color saturation; low color variation; and, low heavy metals content.
After consideration and testing these indicators, we suggested below ranking for them: Chemical purity with the weight of 0/384 was the most important and effective indicator, Zinter point in casting silica sand with the weight of 0/374 was the second, Clay percentage with the weight of 0/165 was the third and Acid Demand Value (ADV) with the weight of 0/087 was the fourth important indicator.
In the past, there have been a number of incidences where the chemical purity, concentration and/or sterility of inhalational compounds have been questioned.
The chemical purity and inertness of quartz are essential to many lab applications," he continues.
The mechanical performance and chemical purity of a medical seal used by an American company have been improved by switching from a conventional thermoplastic elastomer to a grade of specialist medical TPE from Teknor Apex.
Physical properties such as hardness, chemical purity, resistance to high temperatures and corrosion, and electrical insulation make structures composed of fused quartz ideal for various industries.
Due to its stability, chemical purity, transmissivity to light, and heat resistance, quartz has for many years been vital to the production of semiconductors for the electronics industry.
Used in silicon wafer factories, the system ensures chemical purity and precision delivery to increase the efficiency and uptime of the production facility.

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