physical stability

physical stability

The ability of a product to maintain its physical dimensions and properties when exposed to conditions normally encountered in its service environment.
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They fatten themselves up in the interest of what can be called physical stability.
Contract awarded for Cheongyang fire station applicant mental and physical stability room creation contract quantity contract quotation notice
Tadros provides a comprehensive text on the methods that can be used to prepare suspension concentrates, control their colloid and physical stability, and assess their stability.
At Hovione, these supersaturation studies are an important part of a three-stage methodology that involves an initial computational screening stage followed by the physical stability evaluation of solid dispersions by DSC.
The asana is said to resemble a lotus, to encourage proper breathing and to foster physical stability.
As McManus shows, while the American medics could nurse the former inmates back to some kind of physical stability, they were less successful in healing emotional scars.
Centrifugation This parameter could be measured to evaluate physical stability.
They stressed upon youth to attach themselves with sports and other positive and healthy activities which not only contribute in their physical stability but also strengthen them mentally.
Easy use, environment-friendly, small particle-size, and physical stability are some important features of wax emulsion which leads to its popularity in the paints & coatings industry.
The researchers examined the influence of pH, ionic strength and temperature on the physical stability of the beta-carotene-enriched emulsions.
Protein solubility and physical stability are important factors for both pharmaceutical products and scientific study.
This affects the physical stability and - in turn - the performance of the entire formulation.

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