volatile solvent


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volatile solvent

an easily vaporized solvent.
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Usually, the uniform dissolution of plastic is a desired condition which may be affected by varying sizes of plastic grains and by the use of volatile solvents.
Volatile solvents used in gel spinning are commonly removed from the gel filaments by evaporation at elevated temperature [6], In the case of decalin, a preferred volatile spinsolvent for UHMWPE, solvent vapor from the evaporation process is typically recylced [6, 7], Recycling decalin vapor adds complexity to the spinning process not withstanding the potential dangers it introduces.
1%) reported lifetime use of an additional volatile solvent inhalant in an effort to get high.
Volatile solvent use (VSU), also referred to as glue sniffing, inhalant abuse, or solvent abuse, has been defined as "the deliberate inhalation of a gas or fumes given off from a substance at room temperature for its intoxicating effect" (National Drug Abuse Information Centre, 1988).
The act of bagging may result in asphyxia, as the partial pressure of the volatile solvent displaces oxygen at a critical level (Linden, 1990).
After the chemical-soaked garment is tossed through a modified washing machine, the highly volatile solvent evaporates in a dryer.
2] is used to replace the volatile solvent fraction in coating formulations that is needed to obtain low spray viscosity.
I Technical Specification :- I Composition Contains White Pigments In A Volatile Solvent Base Confirms To Bs 5044-73 And Bs 6072-81.
It also contains a gel-promoting solvent, film former, volatile solvent capable of solubilizing the film former; and colorant.
Besides that, more volatile solvent such as tetrahydrofuran (THF) can be added as cosolvent in the preparation of asymmetric polymeric membrane.
Recent psychopharmacological research indicates that NO may have mechanisms of action that are distinct from those of volatile solvent (VS) inhalants (e.

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