had their thermal histories erased and were then re-aged isothermally
at ambient temperature without further chemical degradation.
Samples crystallized isothermally
at 127[degrees]C in the form of films, approx.
The data are produced isothermally
at three temperatures, representing the process range of the test rubber (as illustrated in figure 4).
These tests are measured by ramping samples to the specified temperature and holding them isothermally
until irreversible change occurs, usually in the form of delamination.
The indenter is placed on the specimen, which usually is heated, either isothermally
or at a programmed rate, by a built-in furnace.
exposed TBC was manually delaminated from the substrates by a direct-pull tester, in which pull bars were glued onto two sides of the disk specimen so that the coating could be delaminated by a tensile stress perpendicular to the coating interface.
EXPAR (8, 9) isothermally
amplifies a short oligonucleotide trigger [10.
Pieces of the ribbon (8 cm long) were isothermally
annealed under a high vacuum for 1 hour at 773 K.
This low-viscosity liquid easily wets the glass-fiber reinforcement before being polymerized with a catalyst isothermally
at 185[degrees]C, when it becomes a true, moldable, PBT-type polyester thermoplastic.
The oven temperature of the gas chromatograph held isothermally
at 40 [degrees] C, the inlet was set at 250 [degrees] C, and the electron capture detector was maintained at 300 [degrees] C.
treat at the austempering temperature to produce ausferrite with an austenite carbon content in the range of 1.
TMA uses transcription to isothermally
multiply nucleic acid sequences up to several billion fold.