soluble material

sol·u·ble ma·te·ri·al

(solyŭ-bĕl mă-tērē-ăl)
Substance that dissolves in a liquid.
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It comprises groundbreaking OLED material innovations, including both the latest small molecules for evaporation and soluble material systems for printing each customized for the specific application.
One marker for possible soluble material is the presence of calcite or gypsum, often observed as crystals in the soil.
The glaze I was working on is unique because it uses a soluble material (borax) that has been sintered and used as an unsieved component in the glaze," Sturino explains.
This problem is more acute for materials which are hygroscopic in nature, such as water soluble material like P400.
Viscosity, thermogravimetric analysis (TGA) and percent soluble material by Soxhlet extraction were used to evaluate the degree of devulcanization under various processing conditions.
The pressure and increased temperature help the solvent extract as much soluble material as possible from the sample.
An active composting process will turn the waste organic matter and soluble material into humus.
When the first batch of beans has been decaffeinated and has given up its other coffee soluble material to the water, those beans are discarded.
The ideal form of recycling is through devulcanization in which the vulcanization process is reversed to provide a soluble material for re-use.
The soluble material is more efficient to remove than the old break-away supports, so we're now using polycarbonate regularly," Levy says.
Although the method does not measure crosslink density as such, an indicator of the degree of crosslinking is the gel fraction remaining after a free film of a coating has been under solvent reflux in a Soxhlet extractor for several hours so that soluble material has been extracted.

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