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melting

1 the liquefaction effect of heat.
2 the thermal denaturation of double-stranded deoxyribonucleic acid into two component strands.
3 conversion of the solid to the liquid phase.

melting

Molecular biology
Thermal denaturation of a macromolecule.

melting

the denaturation of DNA.
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You can try to add more barrel heat to assist melting, or reduce the screw speed to lower the melting requirement.
Place said that when vermiculite was first discovered as a material to use in aluminum melting, he performed his own test to verify its effectiveness.
Three preliminary melting curve analyses showed that this assay was effective in discriminating between the melting peaks of HPAI and LPAI (Figure).
So, melting may progress much farther than it did during earlier interglacial periods, when that warming influence wasn't in place.
The absence of the complex plastics melting mechanism in rubber extrusion greatly simplifies the analysis and facilitates accuracy.
But all in all, an evening at the Melting Pot provides a diverse eating experience, something you may not want to do all the time but pleasurably different from the norm.
The temperature at which each candy melts is its melting point.
Kallen introduced the concept in 1916, only eight years after publication of Zangwill's The Melting Pot, determined to challenge that work's premises.
Again referring to figure 3, melting behavior is significantly different for cyclohexane and NR.
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A scrap melting device that uses a carbon bearing fuel, the cupola furnace shares the production of liquid iron with furnaces that use electric energy for melting.
Unmelted gels have the same melting point as the surrounding resin, but remained colder than the average melt temperature.