melting temperature


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melting temperature

[′melt·iŋ ‚tem·prə·chər]
(biochemistry)
The temperature at which denaturing occurs for half of the double helices of deoxyribonucleic acid.
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3]-FeO slag and found that the softening temperature, melting temperature and flowing temperature decreased with the increase of quandary basicity from 0.
Nakasuga and Tabata produced a better PP sheet by rolling a sheet just above the melting temperature ([T.
However, PP was not processed efficiently at set temperature condition B due to the low set barrel temperatures relative to its melting temperature (see Tables 3 and 4) and hence exhibited low throughputs compared to other two materials.
The researchers repeatedly raised the pressure inside the cell and determined sodium's melting temperature at each of these pressures by heating the material.
This apparent independence of melting temperature on comonomer content for the P-E polymers with high ethylene content is quite unusual and deserves further attention.
9% Si at a melting temperature of 2775F (1524G) is -8552 calories.
The presence of boron lowers the melting temperature range of the smelt and the carry over liquor residue particles.
Patented is an apertured nonwoven laminate for wipes that is made of a carded web of fibers that have a first melting temperature and a polymeric sheet with a second melting temperature lower than the first, as well as a property of shrinking under the application of heat.
According to technical marketing manager Igor Leclere, the alloy component with the highest melting point must be preblended above its melting temperature with Lotader in a ratio of 40/60 in order to "encapsulate" the engineering resin with the compatibilizer matrix.
In particular, for high molecular weight PC such as S3000 and S2000, increasing melting temperature from 280 to 300[degrees]C was able to significantly improve replication.
Many factors, including salinity and pressure, affect ice's melting temperature.
The foundry had steel with a melting temperature of 2700F (1482C) at the bottom of the furnace, followed by pig iron that melted at 2000F (1093C).