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PVC

PVC

polyvinyl chloride.

PVC

abbr.
1. photovoltaic cell
2. polyvinyl chloride
3. premature ventricular contraction

PVC

1 abbreviation for polyvinyl chloride.
2 abbreviation for premature ventricular complex.

PVC

 Premature ventricular contraction, see there.

PVC

Abbreviation for premature ventricular contraction; polyvinyl chloride.

PVC

Abbreviation for premature ventricular contraction.

PVC

premature ventricular contraction.
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Willets, WR, Marchetti, FR, "Effect of Pigment Volume Concentration on Coating Properties.
The numbers in parentheses in Table 1 are the pigment volume concentrations (PVCs) of the various formulations (calculated from the densities of the individual components).
p] is the standard deviation of the local polymer or pigment volume concentration and ([[PHI].
Bierwagen, GP, Hay, TK, "The Reduced Pigment Volume Concentration as an Important Parameter in Interpreting & Predicting the Properties of Organic Coatings.
7] ([OMEGA]m) Salt solution ok ok A lot of A lot of resistance (5% NaCl, blisters blisters 70d) Note: (a) When z equals to 9, the conductive pigment volume concentration of coating with the cord of P-x-Y-z (X=a, b, c, d; Y=A) is 13.
Biewagen, GP, "Critical Pigment Volume Concentration (CPVC) as a Transition Point in the Properties of Coatings.
Castells, RC, Meda, J, Caprari, JJ, Damia, M, "Particle Packing Analysis of Coatings above the Critical Pigment Volume Concentration.
Degree of Rusting, ASTM D 1654; Salt Spray (Fog) Testing, ASTM B 117 Iron Pigment Volume Concentration, % Corrosion Hours Primer 47.
A new, very fast, and simple method is described to measure the Critical Pigment Volume Concentration on a PVC ladder of the coating applied to a conductive substrate.
Thus, it is surmised that the 46% PVC primer corresponds to the critical pigment volume concentration (CPVC) for the primer, suggesting that cathodic protection of the Al alloy due to Mg metal occurs most effectively at or near CPVC.
This first session introduces the concepts of Pigment Volume Concentration (PVC) and Critical Pigment Volume Concentration (CPVC) in coatings.
The dispersions marketed under the brand name Vinnapas can be formulated over a broad range of pigment volume concentrations.