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  • These additives can also be used as stand-alone products, with or without color.
  • In recent years this additive has also been used in table salt.
  • The branch of number theory studying such questions is called additive number theory.
  • The first color systems that appeared in motion pictures were additive color systems.
  • Green is considered one of the three additive primary colors, along with red and blue.
  • Food additives can be divided into several groups, although there is some overlap between them.
  • Additive color was practical because no special color stock was necessary.
  • Therefore, it should not be included in the Union list of approved food additives.
  • Additives could take up between zero and ten percent of the total fuel.
  • Even though the fuel additive did not prevent a fire, the research was not a complete failure.
  • Salt is one of the most common additives used in production.
  • Once cured, they are sold in their natural state without any additives.
  • An additive group is a group of which the group operation is to be thought of as addition in some sense.
  • Other additives had been used in road salt to reduce the total costs.
  • Such chemical additives are also believed by some consumers to dry out their hair.
  • However, many high performance engines must use racing fuel or fuel additives.
  • The advantage of the additive method is that less material is needed and less waste is produced.
  • The subtractive-based computer game editor was developed after the additive-based computer game editor.
  • It was a response to concerns about the safety of new food additives.
  • Additive color is light created by mixing together light of two or more different colors.
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Words starting with additive

Meaning of additive

  • noun Something added to enhance food or gasoline or paint or medicine
  • adjective Characterized or produced by addition
    an additive process