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Deliquescent

intr.v. del·i·quesced, del·i·quesc·ing, del·i·quesc·es.

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Deliquescence of NaCl–NaNO3 , KNO3 – NaNO3 , and NaCl–KNO3
environment and the relationship between deliquescence relative humidity . that are saturated with respect to the same deliquescent min- erals.
INSTALLATION, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE
DELIQUESCENT DRYER. MODELS DD-48 THRU DD-5000 .
The Theory of Ice Nucleation by Heterogeneous Freezing of
processes of heterogeneous freezing of deliquescent mixed cloud condensation nuclei that may .
Uptake of HNO3 to deliquescent sea-salt particles: a study using the
aerosol is present in the form of deliquescent aerosol parti- cles.
EFFECT OF DELIQUESCENT SALT ADDITIVES ON THE
deliquescent salts (1 to 10 mole $) were added to the Ca(OH)2 by a slurrying, drying Most of the deliquescent salts tested increased the reactivity of the lime.

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Deliquescent - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster
tending to melt or dissolve; especially : tending to undergo gradual dissolution and liquefaction by the attraction and absorption of moisture from the air.
deliquescent - definition of deliquescent by the Free Online
intr.v. del·i·quesced, del·i·quesc·ing, del·i·quesc·es.
Deliquescence | Define Deliquescence at Dictionary.com
Deliquescence definition at Dictionary.com, a free online dictionary with pronunciation, synonyms and translation. Look it up now!
Definition of deliquescent - Chemistry Dictionary
Definition of deliquescent. the property of a substance that inclines the substance to absorb moisture from the atmosphere until it dissolves.

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