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Stability

The relative steadiness or safety of a security or fund compared to the market as a whole. For example, money market funds and other short-term investments offer more stability than funds that invest in growth stocks.

Stability

The state of a security maintaining a constant or near constant price. Short-term securities tend to be more stable than long-term securities, but this is not always the case.
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This controlled trial was designed to assess time dependent dimensional stability of the alginate impression material.
Therefore, it has been demonstrated that the chemical modification of wood with anhydrides of straight-chain carboxylic acids improves the dimensional stability of softwoods, but to the best of our knowledge, no results for hardwoods have been published in the open literature, which are native of tropical weather.
Dimensional stability was evaluated by taking one measurement for each specimen from line B to B'.
In doing so, metalcasters can combine the surface finish characteristics, consistent dimensional control and improved mechanical characteristics inherent in the process with the good mechanical properties, dimensional stability and excellent corrosion-resistant properties found in Almag 535.
Roy Rozek, key senior project leader for Thomas Industries, investigated the dimensional stability of thermoplastics reinforced with long glass fibers.
These materials provide strength and dimensional stability to roofing membranes.
Key Words: Vinylsiloxanether, Autoclave sterilization, Elastomers, Dimensional stability.
Natpet's H03TF combines high clarity and aesthetics with a new level of superior dimensional stability for thermoformed products, both in shallow and deep drawn parts," the company said.
Ultrason E Dimension is said to have high stiffness at temperatures between 120 and 220[degrees]C, as well as high dimensional stability.
Nylon 4T is targeted for electronics such as memorycard connectors, CPU sockets, and high-temperature bobbins because of its dimensional stability and compatibility with lead-free soldering.
SM200 provides the greatest impact strength while offering good chemical resistance and dimensional stability.
Previous generations of the company's glass microspheres have been used for more than 20 years in a number of manufacturing applications, such as sheet molded composites and plastisols, because of their unique ability to reduce density and improve mechanical properties such as modulus and dimensional stability (shrinkage and CLTE), according to the company.