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the normal temperature of room in which people live

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Dying in yoghurt: the number of living bacteria in probiotic yoghurt decreases under exposure to room temperature.
Cool to room temperature, cover with plastic wrap, then allow to sit, preferably overnight, until firm enough to roll.
When one compresses an elastomer to a given strain at room temperature, the initial load will depend on the rate at which it is compressed, after which the load will decrease over time to an equilibrium elastic load.
b) After centrifugation, the values measured from all sample types were stable over a time period of at least 3 h at room temperature and at 4-8[degrees]C.
Animal products like butter, lard, whole milk and meat are high in saturated fats, which are solid and waxy at room temperature.
His flap was routinely monitored by clinical inspection and Doppler checks, and the room temperature was maintained at a minimum of 78[degrees] F.
Discharge experiments at room temperature were also conducted to establish baselines for comparison.
For example, operation at room temperature demands a nanometer-scale structure.
Apples soften ten times faster at room temperature.
With a 30 year history of innovation in the healthcare industry, Momentive Performance Materials will be featuring new SnapSil* RTV230A/B adhesive, a two component, room temperature cure silicone adhesive; new Tufel* III elastomer, a two-component, platinum-cure silicone; and new SilCool* LTR3295 fast cure, low temperature addition cure.
MHI) has developed a fully automated 8-inch wafer bonding machine that is capable of producing 3-dimensionally integrated LSI (large-scale integration) circuits at room temperature.
1/2 pound (2 sticks) unsalted butter, at room temperature
In the set of experiments conducted at room temperature, Demokritov and his colleagues zapped a thin film of the magnetic compound yttrium iron garnet that they had placed in a device akin to a microwave oven.
Indentors of cone, sphere and flat sphere shapes were loaded at axial force into a representative rubber material (NR with sulfur cure system and carbon black fillers) and turned 200[degrees] against it at room temperature (RT).
CT and CAN have similar perovskite-related crystal structures but very different room temperature dielectric constants: [element of] = 170 for CT; [element of] = 27 for CAN.