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waterborne

(wă′tĕr-bŏrn″)
Carried in water, esp. drinking water, surface water, lakes, rivers, or recreational swimming pools.
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Increasing construction spending and requirement for improved infrastructure, particularly in Asia Pacific, is expected to drive waterborne coatings market over the forecast period.
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"Asia-Pacific the largest market for waterborne coatings"
It will also supply waterborne paints for manufacturers of commercial vehicles and industrial applications.
It imported an extra 3.17 million tonnes of LNG from Qatar between March and November 2011 compared with the same period in 2010, Waterborne figures showed.
(6) Waterborne polyurethane dispersions (WPD) usually consist of ionic polymers end-capped with acrylate double bonds and containing carboxylic groups -[COO.sup.-][M.sup.+] or quaternary salts -[NR.sub.4.sup.+][X.sup.-].
Waterborne acrylic resins manufactured by DSM NeoResins have far less environmental impact than traditional solvent-based resins while offering high performance and durability standards.
Bayer MaterialScience LLC (BMS), a leader in coatings raw materials, says it has addressed this challenge by developing technology for the design of waterborne two-component (2K) polyurethane coating formulations with low emissions yet the same revered curing speeds and high protection levels as their solvent-borne counterparts.
Multiplexed waterborne pathogen detection using DNA microarrays.
To prevent waterborne microbes from causing diarrhea and other illnesses, authorities at U.S.