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advantage

A benefit, a favourable condition.
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The nano-sized filler (<50 nm) is said to give the cured system exceptional abrasion resistance, excellent optical clarity, low shrinkage and superb physical strength properties, while still allowing the product to have an advantageously low viscosity of 4,000 cps.
This presentation will show how rheological methods can be used advantageously to obtain structure-property relationships of the polymer nanocomposites.
The book shows how these funds can be used advantageously by plaintiffs, defendants, plaintiff lawyers, and settlement administrators.
"It was determined after an extensive financial and logistical review that remaining in their current location most advantageously fit their business model," stated Cass.
The damps have rotational and pivoting joints, which make it easy to line up equipment advantageously. All clamps feature ergonomically designed tightening mechanisms, making connections easy to establish even when working with heavy laboratory equipment.
APPLICATION: Spherical hollow PCC, a novel pigment, produced by the interfacial reaction method gives high specific light scattering coefficient and thermal insulation advantageously when used as a filler or coating pigment.
"We also have call centers or customer centers that help an agent both grow and service his business economically and more advantageously in the property/casualty world.