critical properties


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critical properties

[′krid·ə·kəl ′präp·ərd·ēz]
(physical chemistry)
Physical and thermodynamic properties of materials at conditions of critical temperature, pressure, and volume, that is, at the critical point.
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GT today also released its latest sapphire material characterization case study that examined the critical properties and quality indicators of sapphire material - the "Metrics that Matter" - that have the greatest impact on yields and costs in manufacturing HB-LEDs.
These materials retain their critical properties over a temperature range from cryogenic through +600[degrees]F (+315[degrees]C) for continuous operation and may be used intermittently up to +900[degrees]F (+482[degrees]C).
Identification of critical properties (physico-chemical descriptors) that confer the ability to induce harm in biological systems is key to allowing these features to be avoided in nanomaterial production ( safety by design ).
These findings and presentation reflect Denton Vacuum's position as a leading provider of biocompatible thin films technology for complex 3-D medical components that meet demanding clinical criteria for biocompatibility, wear, electrical impedance, uniformity and other critical properties.
Pigments are used in most coatings because they provide a number of critical properties which depend upon the specific pigment and the intended coating application.
Critical properties on the possibility borders of examination must be attested.
PureOptions colorants are designed for optimal paint performance, maintaining critical properties, such as gloss, color reproducibility and blocking, without adding VOC content.
On the higher end of the price range, specialty elastomers made of exotic compounds are used for aerospace applications, and possess critical properties for high temperature environments.
The critical properties were low-temperature flexibility, snap-back, and certain fuel-resistance properties.
Super-Pflex provides higher loading levels and reduced formulation costs while maintaining critical properties in PVC siding and profiles.
Different paper grades have widely varying critical properties, so the impact on a recycled linerboard manufacturer with a totally closed mill water system will be entirely different from a tissue producer.