neutral salt


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neutral salt

An ionic compound containing no replaceable hydrogen or hydroxyl ions.
See also: salt
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The tendency to approach their owner for help increased when they received oxytocin in their nose, compared with when they received the neutral salt water solution.
21) It provides direct correlation between neutral salt spray test results and the service life of organic coatings.
BAM-PPV coated onto aluminum alloys has also shown corrosion inhibition in simulated seawater and exposure to neutral salt fog spray.
The finish withstands from 100 to 200 hours of neutral salt spray [ASTM B 117] or several hundred hours of humidity [ASTM D 1748], both verified by independent testing.
The filters remove acidic, basic, and neutral salt AMCs by chemical adsorption through ion exchange functions and physical absorption.
Vacuum, controlled-atmosphere, or neutral salt bath furnaces all offer surface protection.
Significant correlation of seven day neutral salt spray test data to the 28-day cathodic resistance test was noted.
In our lab tests, the process easily achieved 1,000 hours in the neutral salt spray test," he said.
The oxide layer is insoluble in most neutral salt solutions, but is not stable in acids (pH < 4) and bases (pH > 9).
Neutral Salt Spray (NSS) according to ASTM B-117 or ISO 9227 and Cyclic Corrosion Testing according to the GM 9540 P standard were used for the assessment of corrosion resistance.