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The maintaining of amine in the vapor state is critical to ensure that cure times and minimal amine consumption are to be attained.
The appellate court held that "In this fact pattern, a proper cure of the breach required tenant's permanent removal of the dogs, not merely tenant's control of his dogs during the post-judgement 10-day cure period.
The cure of the material, as previously described, can be via two principal routes, including peroxide cure or addition cure.
Diamond with a Notice to Cure in the accordance with the requirements of paragraph 31 of the proprietary lease.
A section of the latter published patent application further describes inhaling such vapors to prevent, treat, and cure infections of avian influenza A (H5N1) that is the so-called "bird flu" or "avian flu".
Reactive hot-melt adhesives are 100% solids, one-part systems that cure by absorbing atmospheric moisture at room temperature.
Hotbox, warmbox and oven cure systems include the furan hotbox, furan warmbox, shell, core oil (oven bake) and phenolic hotbox processes.
Autism Speaks and Cure Autism Now believe that a combined organization will attract more resources and facilitate large-scale research, while providing the funding necessary to launch planned clinical and quality-of-life programs.
Evacuating a rotational mold before you make a part may sound like a strange idea, but it's also a simple way to achieve faster cure times and improved part properties.
Photonic Curing Systems instantly cure metal nanoparticle-based inks by exposing them to a brief, intense pulse of light from a xenon flash lamp.
The current principal polymer grades are based on either dipolymers of ethylene and methyl acrylate or terpolymers of ethylene, methyl acrylate and an acidic cure site monomer.