residual moisture

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  • The final step is the drying process where residual moisture is driven off.
  • The buildings are made of weathered wood, with possible residual moisture that remains in the wood.
  • Early systems were tested with water, which left residual moisture in the pipes and affected air quality.
  • It is important to keep the residual moisture low enough to prevent product deterioration and ensure free flowing properties.
  • If the imaging surface is cleaned of contaminants and residual moisture before the second image is taken, then no image of the missing section would appear.
  • Freezing food slows down decomposition by turning residual moisture into ice, inhibiting the growth of most bacterial species.
  • Powders will all have a residual moisture content in the 4-8% range.
  • Typically, residual moisture levels in the resin must be less than 50 parts per million (parts of water per million parts of resin, by weight) before processing.
  • Hydrogen is normally produced by the reaction of the metal with humidity or residual moisture in the mold.
  • The mold ferments the fillets and also siphons out any residual moisture.
  • Residual moisture from Dora enhanced the monsoonal flow over Arizona and New Mexico, producing showers across the region.
  • Sel gris is coarser than fleur de sel but is also a moist salt, typically containing 13 percent residual moisture.
  • The storm's residual moisture was adverted over southern Arizona, allowing a passing cold front to trigger widespread showers and thunderstorms on the evening of September 9.
  • When mixed with solid fumaric acid, barium chromate can be used in the removal of impurities and residual moisture from organic dry-cleaning solvents or from petroleum fuels.
  • For loading a Philadelphia Deringer, one would typically fire a couple of percussion caps on the handgun, to dry out any residual moisture contained in the tube or at the base of the barrel, to prevent a subsequent misfire.
  • The residual moisture content can vary from small (3 - 8%) to substantial (16 - 18%), depending on the type of fruit.
  • This can be achieved by using polymers undergoing curing with residual moisture (e.g., reactive polyurethanes, silicones), exposition to ultraviolet radiation, electron irradiation, or by other methods.
  • The system moved across the Great Lakes region on December 15 and 16 and intensified while adding moisture from a developing coastal low as well as residual moisture from what was Tropical Storm Olga that affected most of the Antilles and Caribbean.
  • Portuguese brand Flos Salis, for instance, contains from 5.4 to 8.1% residual moisture, while others can reach upwards of 10%.