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waterborne,

carried by water, such as a waterborne epidemic of typhoid fever.

waterborne

(wă′tĕr-bŏrn″)
Carried in water, esp. drinking water, surface water, lakes, rivers, or recreational swimming pools.
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Grand View Research has segmented the waterborne coating additives on the basis of product, and region:
The upgraded 3-Wet Waterborne system uses a specially developed water-based coating formulation that enables successive coats to be applied on top of prior coats while still wet or requiring only an ambient (minimal flash) dry step between coats.
This substantial investment in our full range of waterborne urethane capabilities in Wilmington shows our commitment to the success of our customers and our belief in the North American market, Rijoy Putatunda, President DSM Coating Resins, Inc.
TEM study was carried out on dried/UV-cured waterborne films to investigate the dispersion of nano particles in dried/UV-cured coatings.
In conclusion, using long-term retrospective studies to analyze stored environmental and clinical samples may be a promising way of increasing our knowledge about the emergence of novel pathogens in waterborne disease transmission.
laevis tadpoles (Nieuwkoop and Faber 1967) in which TH synthesis was inhibited by 1 g/L sodium perchlorate to determine whether waterborne estrogenic chemicals activate ERE-TK-LUC injected into the larval brain.
Waterborne finishing is an alternative to conventional solvent-based finishing.
If the linear, no-threshold hypothesis is mistaken, then the death toll from waterborne radon might be zero (or even a negative number, if radon exposure actually prevents some fatalities).
The new generation of environmentally neutral, low-VOC waterborne architectural coatings are harder and more weather resistant than traditional latex paints.
Improved waterborne coatings now could provide better productivity in the finishing process.
Once seen as threatening little more than a stomachache, microscopic waterborne bugs are increasingly turning deadly - forcing health officials to shift priorities as they try to make drinking water safe for a changing population.