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taken up and retained under some conditions of humidity and temperature < hygroscopic water in clay>.

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Refractive Index of Hygroscopic Aerosols
Refractive Indices of Three Hygroscopic Aerosols and their for common hygroscopic aerosol species, i.e.
Hygroscopic Properties of Pasadena, California Aerosol
The Future - for Hygroscopic Cloud Seeding
Hygroscopic properties of atmospheric aerosol particles over the
particles were determined using a Hygroscopicity Tandem.
High-Performance All-Polymer Transistor Utilizing a Hygroscopic
to as hygroscopic insulator field-effect transistor, HIFET.

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Additionally, aerosols containing highly hygroscopic particles promote cloud formation by serving as nuclei for cloud condensation.
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Chemical-free Water Analysis
The coulometric sensor absorbs water into its hygroscopic phosphorous pentoxide coating. The water is electrolysed immediately and the required electrical charge is proportional to the quantity of water which is determined.

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Hygroscopy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Hygroscopic - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster
taken up and retained under some conditions of humidity and temperature < hygroscopic water in clay>.
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Safety Glossary Definition - Hygroscopic
A hygroscopic material is one which attracts moisture from the atmosphere.
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