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Synonyms for equivalent

agreeing exactly in value, quantity, or effect

possessing the same or almost the same characteristics

one that is very similar to another in rank or position

Synonyms for equivalent

a person or thing equal to another in value or measure or force or effect or significance etc

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

being essentially equal to something

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The compositional variables utilized for the were: (1) QAS moiety concentration, (2) hydride-to-vinyl ratio for crosslinking, and (3) hydride equivalent weight of the PMHS-PDMS starting polymer.
A contingency analysis was performed in order to understand the effect of PHMS-PDMS hydride equivalent weight of the starting copolymer on coating film uniformity/integrity.
2, the chance of obtaining a coating having a rating of 2 for the relative degree of film uniformity/integrity is higher when the PMHS-PDMS copolymer possessing hydride equivalent weight of 135 is used.
The polymer equivalent weight was measured with FT-IR (37).
The time-dependent swelling behavior for the ethanol-lithiated Nafion[R]-1100 (1100 g/equiv is the nominal equivalent weight of the ionomer) membranes imbibed with several nonaqueous solvent mixtures is shown in Fig.
Keywords: Dielectric spectroscopy, DES, FDEMS, coating resin synthesis, residual monomer, Michael reaction, acetoacetate, polyacrylate, acrylic acid, esterification, viscosity, acid number, epoxy equivalent weight, polyurethane prepolymer, residual isocyanate, weight percent NCO, infrared spectroscopy, ATR-FTIR, titration, in-process samples, off-line testing, real-time monitoring, in-situ monitoring, gel permeation chromatography, GPC, electrochemical impedance spectroscopy, QC/QA testing, manufacturing process control
Examples of such tests used in quality control include titrations (acid number, epoxy equivalent weight, and residual isocyanate), product solubility measurements (cloud point), product viscosity (Gardner, bubble seconds, cone and plate), chromatographic techniques (GC, LC, GPC), and the strength of a characteristic peak in the ATR-FTIR spectrum, to name a few.
This power increase will provide better airfield performance at equivalent weights.