physical property


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physical property

[′fiz·ə·kəl ′präp·ərd·ē]
(chemistry)
Property of a compound that can change without involving a change in chemical composition; examples are the melting point and boiling point.
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Physical property values were practically equal when compared to the sample without coagent.
The market for viscometry and rheometry will grow slower than most other physical property techniques.
At the same time, the asset will be transferred to the appropriate Service's physical property accountability system, again to be tracked until the military equipment reaches the end of its operational life.
2001-04 Total Physical Property Instrumentation Global Market $Millions 2001 1452 2002 1493 2003 1549 2004 1628 Note: Table made from bar graph.
The company did not provide pricing or physical property information.
Furthermore, it appears that the ultra-sensitive oxidation method with time temperature superposition has generated the necessary shift factors in the ambient temperature region to predict physical property decay at ambient temperatures.
The catalog features products alphabetically according to the physical property they are designed to test, and also offers a supplier showcase to highlight products distributed by the company from other manufacturers of testing instruments.
Cameron Elastomer Technology 29501 Katy Freeway Katy, TX 77494-7801 Phone: (713) 391-4615 Fax: (713) 391-4640 Contact: Bruce Parker Technical service: Severe environment testing at elevated pressures and temperatures in a multiplicity of gas and liquid environments, life prediction testing, physical property measurement including dynamic rheological testing, thermal analysis
This was especially important with respect to the addition of our proprietary physical property system.
Using ACD modules, MSI and ACD Labs will integrate ACD Labs' leading physical property prediction modules with MSI's state-of-the-art Cerius2(R) and WebLab(R) software environments for life sciences.
Traditional physical property requirements were retained, including durometer, tensile strength, elongation, modulus and hot air compression set.
The unaged physical property data are shown in table 8.