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Synonyms for additive

added ingredient

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Synonyms for additive

increasing, as in force, by successive additions

Synonyms for additive

something added to enhance food or gasoline or paint or medicine

designating or involving an equation whose terms are of the first degree

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characterized or produced by addition

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The deal includes new additive machines, materials and services for Strykers global supply chain operations.
There's one problem: This additive turns into something cancerous called nitrosamine in the body.
Capillary rheometer tests in a separate evaluation of INT-40DHT in a talc filled polysulfone indicate that the MoldWiz additive reduces viscosity 25% at all processing rates from 10-1,000 rpm.
Color and additive concentrates include over 7000 standard and proprietary formulations on file.
Coauthor Karen Lau, a doctoral student, says these additives were tested because they are commonly used in foods targeted for consumption by children.
It is best to measure charge and/or turbidity after the coagulant is added and prior to the next additive.
Also, the additive doesn't work well on aluminum surfaces.
According to the report, additive consumption in each of the coatings, adhesives, and sealants industries has grown at a 2-3% annual rate since 1998.
The additive combines optimized performance and more complete utilization of the bentonite clay in sand.
Specifically, the Solae name itself represents the industry's most ambitious attempt so far to create a consumer brand around a protein additive, in the same way artificial sweetener producers have used Equal and Nutrasweet.
Exports accounted for nearly half of all US lubricant additive production in 1999 and will grow faster than additive sales in the US.
One additive, aspartame, delivers sweetness with a fraction of sugar's calories.
The Food Additives Amendment to the FD&C Act, passed in 1958, requires FDA approval for the use of an additive prior to its inclusion in food.
GE is developing its Center for Additive Technology Advancement (CATA) in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania into an externally focused Customer Experience Center (CEC) to accelerate the use of additive manufacturing with GE customers across several industries.
Ultrafine PTFE lubricant powder for use as a self-lubricating additive.