Before the polishing of KDP crystals based on deliquescent
action, the surfaces of KDP crystals were preprocessed by SPDT.
For example, if the dust is high in magnesium and chlorine and if it remains wet in an office environment of about 50% relative humidity, one can infer that the salt contains magnesium chloride and is therefore very corrosive because of its low deliquescent
(24) On the other, both Mallarme and Tennyson are saying that the matter-moulded name, in its very movement beyond the texts of this life, leads us beyond personality and in such epiphanic force is liberating, "is no extinction but the only true life." What at any rate the defamiliarization of their naming impulses have in common, we would suggest, is part of an idealizing aesthetic mode that unites Tennyson and the Symbolists, a progress from particularity to deliquescent
vagueness, from individuation to amorphous collectivity, from personality to impersonality--the self-annihilating dispersion of meaning, in the "pure work," that both deverbalizes perception and deperceptualizes words.
That deal certainly consummated a disaster at least as damaging to national self-confidence in Britain as the Suez crisis, diffusing the lasting sense that the country was irretrievably in decline, the institutions of government deliquescent
in the hands of people altogether unfitted to run them.
Some have ended in or have in their deliquescent
state at least contributed to postmodern rela tivism.
Appetisingly he places his pile of peaches and his pyramid of wild strawberries (both from the Louvre), thick as they are with juice and almost deliquescent
in their fluid abundance, in simple wicker baskets, so that their humidity is stressed by the thirsty osier twigs, on which they mount in a piled-up flush of colour.
C'est par la que Flaubert commence, qu'il s'agisse de l'education laique masculine de Charles,(8) avec ses rituels de groupe, ou du catholicisme deliquescent
qui, au couvent, denature et banalise des l'origine la sensibilite reelle d'Emma Bovary.
Since sodium chloride mixed with materials is not deliquescent
or hygroscopic to any great extent and is not an extremely soluble salt, its solubility changes very little with temperature variations.
In his preface, Rosen writes that he wishes to avoid the extremes of 'the paraphrase of selected passages in the language of academic scholasticism and the translation of Nietzsche's already perfervid quasi-poetry into the deliquescent
obliquities of postmodernism', whilst at the same time 'attempting to capture something of the virtues' of these methods (p.
care for it; it is not deliquescent
enough, not fin de siecle enough for you;
J'ai paru m'attarder sur les ruines d'un savoir deliquescent
, dont l'echec pathetique aurait du nous annoncer beaucoup plus tot les prodromes d'une explosion: celle d'octobre 88.
Danby's classic essay on 'A Shakespearean Adjustment' (1952) takes up Antony and Cleopatra's oscillations of scene, deliquescent
aspects, overlapping of times and places, and critique of judgement.