causticity


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Special care was taken to choose a type of viscoelastic silicone gel material in order to meet the conditions of causticity resistance to air and water, and high intermolecular force so that the ferromagnetic particles, which have an arbitrary shape and size, are evenly and stably dispersed at room temperature after the solidification process.
'Charming' is one of the best ways to describe the entire novel, which presents an interesting plot, characters and dialogue instantly recognizable, and word coinage which took me aback at first, e.g., "torridity" and "causticity," but which grew on me as the book went on--they may be actual words, for all I know..
Otherwise, piss off." Recently, I asked him to send something, partly to show him I held no grudges and partly because I liked his causticity. So, Mather will likely appear in a future issue.