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Melting

Slang; a situation in which a trader suffers such large losses (usually in a short period of time) that he/she can no longer continue to trade on the market.
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In mild cases, the increased pressure results in increased melting rate and an unplugging of the channel, with a reformation of a new melting pattern.
The phase transformation that occurs during the melting of solidified metal is often more costly than keeping the material warm enough to remain liquid, according to Place.
One-step, real-time RT-PCR with melting curve analysis was performed in an ABI 7500 system (Applied Biosystems, Foster City, CA, USA).
At some point in the sea ice's decline--maybe even a point that's already been passed--changes in albedo begin to accelerate the rate of melting.
The melting mechanism is very difficult to model, particularly as it applies to predicting heat transfer within the rotating melt pool, spatial segregation of the melt pool from the solid pellet plug, and breakup and mixing of the solid pellet plug.
We actually ordered what the Melting Pot calls ``The Big Night Out'' for two ($86), taking the meaty option at $10 less rather than the seafood and picking the court bouillon mixture over the bourguignon, mojo and coq au vin offerings as our cooking liquid.
The chocolate kisses should melt in your hand, because chocolate's melting point is lower than the average human body temperature: 37[degrees]C (98.
In place of the melting pot, he called for "cultural pluralism.
Semi-crystalline materials first pass through their amorphous stage before entering their crystalline stage, which has a sharply defined melting point.
However, when Gregoryanz and his colleagues raised the pressure on solid sodium beyond 30 gigapascals--300,000 times atmospheric pressure at sea level--the metal's melting temperature began to drop.
The curves in figure 3 show the difference in melting behavior between crystalline NR and crystalline cyclohexane (ref 4).
As their temperature sinks below 60'C 140[degrees]F--paraffin's melting point), the wax molecules begin to resolidify, or freeze.