chemical cure

chem·i·cal cure

(kemi-kăl kyūr)
Mode of setting or polymerization in which the ingredients of the material unite in a chemical process that starts as soon as the blending is complete.
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Advantages to using chemical cure blends are said to include great improvement in batch-to-batch consistency due to precision weighing and no fly loss of powders; a reduction in raw material inventory and saved warehouse space by reducing multiple items to one; a reduction in housekeeping issues such as chemical dusting and chemicals in waste water; a state-of-the-art computer weigh out system is said to eliminate operator error and provide 100% traceability; elimination of production downtime due to incorrect raw material weigh outs; and a reduction in scrap.
Moreover, to our knowledge from indexed literature, evidence with regards to the effect of continued chemical cure process (duration after photoactivation of resin) on dual cure bulk fill build-up materials is limited.
Typically MMA flooring reaches full physical and chemical cure within two hours of installation, meaning that the surface can be subject to full operational use under an extremely tight turnaround.
Sadly, there is no chemical cure for this problem and good housekeeping is the only likely solution to willow anthracnose, a devastating fungal disease that shows itself on the new spring growth.
Fast cure technology allows a full chemical cure to be completed in 3-5 days, allowing converters to achieve more rapid fulfillment.
The effect of alumina trihydrate on allylester resin is mainly controlled by two factors - chemical cure inhibition and heat conductivity.
It is generally recognized that insolubles of 80-85% are required for acceptable chemical cure. The ultimate goal is to provide formaldehyde levels that approach zero while maintaining high performance standards.
No one will ever know how few or many cures or failures the system engendered until a chemical cure for tuberculosis was discovered in the mid 1920's.
Dymax 9-20675A does not interfere with RF waves, and it has the fast curing features of light curing products with the chemical cure of traditional potting compounds.
The winning title was selected from seven shortlisted titles, which also included: Mad, Bad and Sad: A History of Women and the Mind Doctors from 1800 to the Present by Lisa Appignanesi; Coda by Simon Gray; The New Black: Mourning, Melancholia and Depression by Darian Leader; The Devil Within: A Memoir of Depression by Stephanie Merritt; The Myth of the Chemical Cure: A Critique of Psychiatric Drug Treatment by Dr Joanna Moncrieff; and Coming Back to Me: The Autobiography of Marcus Trescothick by Marcus Trescothick, with Peter Hayter.
The drug is the closest to a chemical cure available, with the potential to significantly improve a person's eyesight.
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