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a flow of activities; a sequence of tasks.
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Since its launch in 2010, Jeen's cold processable wax dispersion technologies continue to evolve and grow as the company gains greater understanding of consumers' needs and desires.
Highly elastic and processable on conventional polymer-to-web machinery, Vista--maxx is easy to process without machinery modifications.
This study focuses on the preparation of new carbon materials from bis-ortho-diynylarene (BODA) monomers, which also undergo thermal step-growth Bergman cyclopolymerization to give reactive and processable intermediates (Fig.
A heredity in technology of mechanical engineering means the phenomenon of carry of properties of processable object from previous operations and transitions to the subsequent which further affects operational properties of details of machines [Yashcheritsin P.I., et al.
Additives are frequently mixed into polymeric materials in minute quantities in order to make them processable into the typical products well known to consumers, such as plastic sheets, pipes, and wire insulation.
The Semantic Web, conceived as a worldwide network of information linked in such a manner as to be easily processable by machines operating as a globally linked database, was thought up by Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the WWW, URIs, HTTP, and HTML.
The RPC Group has identified a growing need for high temperature, processable plastics packaging.
"They don't shatter easily, nor do they degrade easily with exposure to the elements, and they're easily processable.
The use of Alcryn melt processable rubber (MPR) from Advanced Polymer Alloys helped Pro.Fit pro vide a substantially safer alternative to using a handheld device while driving.
The 1998 tax law overcame this barrier and gave the IRS only two causes to reject an offer as "not processable": first, if one is bankrupt and therefore has no way to pay anything; or, second, if one hasn't filed returns, which means there is no basis for negotiation.

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