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RANGE. This word is used in the land laws of the United States to designate the order of the location of such lands, and in patents from the United States to individuals they are described as being within a certain range.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Complete immiscibility is often caused by missing melting range overlap or missing liquid phase.
* Solder alloy affects voiding and seems to follow a trend with melting range. Wider melting ranges tend to generate lower voiding levels.
To analyze the sensitivity of the melting range, the conductivity of the PCM is fixed to a value of 0.3 W/m*K (0.17 Btu/h*ft*[degrees]R)Melting-range effects are investigated on energy demand.
The shape of the PCM curves obtained from simulation shows the behavior of the PCM melting over the specified melting range and resembles the curves from the experimental measurements.
Also, the thermal analysis of the blends sample indicate a change in the melting range on addition of clay particles hinting toward a interaction between the lower molecular weight chains of the two blend components.
The lower-silver compositions have a higher melting point than SAC 305/405 alloys, which moves the melting range higher.
At a melting range of 160 to 165 degrees F, the label completely dissipates in the mix without contaminating it.
Part 1 Determining Melting Range of a Manufactured Fiber Part 2 Identifying and Discriminating Nylon 6 and 6,6 by Melting Points Part 3 Comparing Fibers by Melting Points
Broad crystallinity distribution results in a broad melting range. A high melting shoulder is maintained even as the overall crystallinity of the polymer decreases.
Wenigmann; and "Using an IR laser for monitoring crystallization and the crystallite melting range in films," J.
Impact Analytical now offers differential scanning calorimetry that allows determination of absolute purity based on the well-recognized premise that even small amounts of impurities lower the melting point of a material and broaden its overall melting range. With standards of known purity not readily available for many pharmaceutical and organic materials, the company assures that the new service helps simplify documents and reduces time-to-market.
The carnauba wax was chosen because of its relative low melting range (82[degrees]C-86[degrees]C).