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hardener,

n an ingredient (potassium alum) of the photographic and radiographic fixing solution that serves to harden the gelatin of the film to prevent softening and swelling of the gelatin.

hardener

a substance used to harden the gelatin of the emulsion on an x-ray film.
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The hardener was added into AEH under stirring, and then equilibrated for 10 min; finally, the zeta potential was tested at different ratios.
The epoxy resin cured by a mixture of the aminated lignin with other amine hardener is homogeneous and stable, thus, the possibility of using the aminated lignin as the curing agent of epoxy resin was confirmed.
In the produced according to the corrected technology hardener, weight share of vanadium increased up to 12-13 %, and silicon reduced down to 5-7 %.
In addition, Diamond Strength Instant Nail Hardener is formulated to reconstruct damaged nails.
Deflection values of solder mask E were the lowest to initiate cracks, and the fracture characteristics were not altered as significantly as the other solder mask materials by different levels of resin to hardener mixed ratios.
During curing the exothermic reaction may raise the temperature by about 80 [degrees]C, depending upon the amount of hardener used.
Once the hardener is dry, apply wood filler with a putty knife, scraping on a thin layer at first to cover the wood.
The polyol (Desmophen A-160 SN) and its Polyisocyanate (Desmodure N75-BA) hardener used in this work were obtained from Bayer Company.
The wood needs to be reasonably dry (remove any crumbly wood first) before you begin, then work the hardener into the wood with an old paintbrush, drilling holes for deeper penetration if it''s really rotten.
This usually requires you to mix hardener with the filler, which can be tricky, so read the instructions carefully.