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COMPOUNDING: Cooling Conveyors for Hygroscopic Materials
Reduction Engineering Scheer, Kent, Ohio, has expanded its line of cooling conveyors with the introduction of a new Stainless Steel Conveyor (SSC) that cools highly hygroscopic materials during strand pelletizing. The newly designed cooling conveyor is ...
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The fungal threat to the future of our food
Many food products are 'hygroscopic', meaning they can easily absorb water and allow mycotoxigenic moulds to grow, and perhaps increase contamination. Often, only small changes in the conditions for dry goods can result in contamination by mycotoxins ...
A Firmer Brake Pedal With Hoses and Fresh Fluid From Maximum Motorsports
To bleed the brake system after installing the hoses, we selected Wilwood's Hi-Temp 570 Racing brake fluid. Schwynoch recommends flushing the brake system with fresh fluid at least every year.
Rising Demand for Sodium Carbonate for Manufacturing Glass to Fuel Global
Pure sodium carbonate is an odorless, hygroscopic, white, alkaline powder, forming a strong alkaline water solution.

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Hygroscopic - Wikipedia
Zinc chloride and calcium chloride, as well as potassium hydroxide and sodium hydroxide (and many different salts), are so hygroscopic that they readily ...
Hygroscopic | Definition of Hygroscopic by Merriam-Webster
1 : readily taking up and retaining moisture. 2 : taken up and retained under some conditions of humidity and temperature <hygroscopic water in clay>.
Hygroscopic | Define Hygroscopic at Dictionary.com
Hygroscopic definition, absorbing or attracting moisture from the air. See more.
Hygroscopicity | Define Hygroscopicity at Dictionary.com
Hygroscopicity definition, absorbing or attracting moisture from the air. See more.
General Chemistry Online: FAQ: Simple compounds: Why do some
What causes hygroscopic compounds to absorb water? Barb Early. Hygroscopic compounds take up water from the air for many different reasons.

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