hydroscope

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hydroscope

[′hī·drə‚skōp]
(optics)
An instrument designed to observe objects an appreciable distance below the surface of water, consisting of a series of mirrors enclosed in a steel tube.
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The hydroscopic properties of different samples were investigated by determining their water absorptions.
There is no strong evidence supporting the idea that using conventional local treatments accelerates wound healing, (19,25) while honey due to its viscosity and hydroscopic quality spreads in wound bed and prepares the apt condition for healing and has been mentioned useful for abdominal wounds.
Upsalite is for example found to absorb more water at low relative humidities than the best materials presently available; the hydroscopic zeolites, a property that can be regenerated with less energy consumption than is used in similar processes today.
According to these researchers, POE oil can lead to increased friction in the compressor since POE oil is hydroscopic and hydrolytic.
The scientists assembled the quantum dots into a network on a hydroscopic microfiber that was attached to electrodes on its two sides.
Particle deposition in human respiratory system: deposition of concentrated hydroscopic aerosols.
Well it doesn't meter well, and is hydroscopic as hell.
The drum-dried products are also extremely hydroscopic and the use of in-package desiccant is recommended during storage.
Should the hairy crown become wet at the time of its opening, the hydroscopic pappus cannot spread apart the thistle-filaments needed to increase the disseminule's aerodynamic profile.
80mm thicknesses, with a single hoop to ensure stiffness and with easy filling and emptying, the conical steel drums have the flexibility to offer multi-usage applications and are ideal for hydroscopic and hot-pour products even with high density, giving a filling volume from 175 to 218 litres.
The muscle, then placed in a polypropylene net to simulate the muscle fibers, consisted of a condom filled with hydroscopic granules mixed with water.