inflammability


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Synonyms for inflammability

the quality of being easily ignited and burning rapidly

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Research and development has proceeded feverishly in efforts to incorporate the three primary nanoadditives to polymers--days, single-wall and multiwall carbon nanotubes, and metal or metal oxides--thereby improving performance of thermoplastics in various ways, from increasing polymer strength to enhancing inflammability.
ii) Fabric Evaluation- For Ultra-violet test, waterproof test, water penetration test and inflammability tests by Department of Textiles, IIT, Delhi.
or, better still, one of great lightness and inflammability, a bowelly helium, not toxic but musky music-making, bells, miniature harps, a lone violin'.
poor inflammability owing to a low cetane number of alcohol which in case of being combined with a high point of ignition temperature and high heat of vaporization, is resulted in the high dynamics of the indicator process that in turn actuates the mechanical overload of cylinder and piston assembly;
From the environmental standpoint, growth of secondary forests contributes to the immobilization of carbon in the atmosphere, the re-establishment of hydrological functions, the recovery of biodiversity, the reduction of potential nutrient losses by erosion and lixiviation, and the decrease in inflammability of the landscape.
However, toward certain operating conditions, it can be inappropriate because of its inflammability and adsorption capacity dependence on effluent relative humidity.
the capacity to bend, combustibility, and inflammability (385b6 ff.
These safety criteria or essential conditions' cover general risks (protection against health risks or physical damage) and particular risks (physical or mechanical, inflammability, chemical properties, electrical properties, hygiene, and radioactivity).
These safety criteria or "essential conditions" cover general risks (protection against health risks or physical damage) and particular risks (physical or mechanical, inflammability, chemical properties, electrical properties, hygiene, and radioactivity).