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the atomic weight of an element that has the same combining capacity as a given weight of another element

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The acetoacetate functional resin, 510--400, has the highest functionality and the lowest equivalent weight that should increase crosslink density, increase hardness, and reduce paint viscosity.
where [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] represents the equivalent weight matrix of the (i,i) element, and [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] is the weight matrix of the original observation noise i .
Curatives for high-performance, heat-cured PUR elastomers include Conacure AH-33 MBOCA polyol curative with an equivalent weight of 280 that functions as a liquid MCOCA alternative; Conacure AH-40 non-MBOCA liquid aromatic diamine curing agent with equivalent weight of 133.
Calorifically, they aren't even that indulgent when compared with their equivalent weight in foods more fashionable with London's cravated fops such as the avocado or the olive (I've got the figures somewhere).
She said: "Each home in Coventry still produces over a tonne of rubbish every year - that's the equivalent weight of a small family car.
What's more, each time a can is recycled it saves its equivalent weight in raw materials, saving 70--95 per cent of the energy.
After further development, the system now puts out energy, in proportion to its weight, about 100 times greater than an equivalent weight of lithium-ion battery.
75 horsepower) fuel cell onboard the Ion Tiger has about 4 times the efficiency of a comparable internal combustion engine and the system provides 7 times the energy in the equivalent weight of batteries.
75hp) fuel cell was proven to have about four times the efficiency of a comparable internal combustion engine and provided seven times the energy in the equivalent weight of batteries.
In 2009, Cadbury selection boxes will see a 31 per cent reduction in packaging per unit compared to 2008 saving approximately 400 tonnes of carton board which is the equivalent weight to 73 African elephants.
9642; Meanwhile, the force exerted by Lionel Messi in full flight is the equivalent weight of seven men.
It also consumes 56 per cent tess energy to produce than the equivalent weight of PET.
The new Ingeo production technology also consumes 56 percent less energy than the equivalent weight of PET.
It contains more vitamin C than an orange of equivalent weight, and 2 1/4 cups provides as much calcium as a glass of milk and more fiber than a slice of whole wheat bread.