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Colorable

False; counterfeit; something that is false but has the appearance of truth.

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Marx, "Complexity of unique list colorability," Theoretical Computer Science, vol.401, no.1-3, pp.62-76, 2008.
For simplicity, we identify by Gallager both the decoding algorithm and its adaptation to the colorability problem, while it will be clear from context which setting is regarded.
With a light natural hue, the Monprene CP compounds exhibit excellent colorability. All grades are suitable for skin contact and are resistant to cosmetics and household chemicals.
In addition to its custom colorability and excellent surface finish for attractive aesthetics in external housings, LNP Thermocomp NX11302 specialty compound provides desirable performance attributes for electronics applications.
Thanks to the colorability of BMC, Napoleon Gourmet Grills is able to produce side shelves for its Ultra Chef Series grills that look similar to granite.
Specifications of the Deerfield film include excellent low temperature flexibility, outstanding abrasion resistance, colorability, bondability to many substrates, weldability (RF, heat seal, and ultrasonic), availability in a variety of widths up to 110" wide rolls and gauges 1 to 20 mil, and softness ranges from 75 to 95 Shore A.
Thermoplastic vulcanizate (TPV) elastomers, said to have key advantages over standard TPVs in their natural or uncolored form, are also said to provide the appearance and tactile properties valued for automotive interiors, while exhibiting excellent colorability for exterior components.
A nylon offering from Celanese will also support a manufacturer's need to develop aesthetic Class A-surface-appearance parts and components that meet colorability, laser-marking, and structural functions, the company says.
The material typically has a nominal hardness of 50 Shore A, low compression set of 16%, and easy colorability.
Other blends feature the improved performance of Geloy XTW resin, which provides advancements in processing color stability as well as initial colorability, and delivers greatly improved weathering compared to standard ASA grades.
Versalloy 8000 thermoplastic vulcanizate alloys, available in a range of grades from 45 to 70 Shore A, boast better colorability and oil resistance.
The TPEs are said to offer great colorability, plus excellent bonding characteristics, according to the company.