Reactive Material

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A chemical substance or mixture that may vigorously condense, decompose, polymerise, or become self-reactive, when exposed to shock, or increased pressure and/or temperature
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And with that unstable reactive material called Donald Trump boasting to Kim Jong-un last week about the size of his nuclear knob we should be doubly worried.
Molten salt reactors use ionic salts for both the reactor coolant and to carry the dissolved reactive material as fuel.
EA-4600 Hot Melt Adhesive is a reactive material that can be applied neatly as a liquid melt in verythin, <0.5-mm-wide, bonding lines.
Advanced mechanical characterization of the reactive material is required to attempt elucidating the mechanism of whitening.
The total percentage of reactive material in case of Warsak and Tarbela is the same but with different individual constituents percentages.
The inert nitrogen gas can be used with Nordson foaming systems to produce a closed cell foam that improves physical properties and reduces the volume of adhesives and sealants, and with most Nordson tank melters or extruders to create a nitrogen blanket to preserve reactive material integrity.
The reactive material was sepiolite, from Vallescas in Spain, supplied as porous aggregates (Berk Mineral Products, Worksop, S81 7QQ, UK).
He added: "Potassium is a reactive material which can combust on contact with water or air.
The adhesion is developed by contacting the catalyst on the first surface with a reactive material such as norbomene on the other surface.
The reactive material can kill bacteria and fungi and also break down pollutants such as nitric oxide, sulfur dioxide, and many volatile organic compounds that contribute to concrete's darkening.

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