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Synonyms for additive

added ingredient

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Synonyms for additive

increasing, as in force, by successive additions

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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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[USPRwire, Thu Aug 22 2019] Introduction Simply put, gasoline additives are additives mixed with gasoline fuel.
Hence, automotive addictive manufacturers are producing anti-scratch additives that can be used for interior and exterior applications.
Arkema: Arkema Coating Resins offers a wide variety of functional coating additives for non-aqueous decorative and industrial coatings, sealants, inks and defoamers for paint.
Phytogenic feed additives feed additives Market: Drivers & Restraints
"These two regulations will empower citizens and industry further since it will be easier to know exactly which additives are authorised in food," commented Consumer Policy Commissioner John Dalli.
Government regulators protect the public from harmful food additives much of the time, but there are obvious holes in the system, says Craig Minowa, an environmental scientist with the Minnesota-based Organic Consumers Association.
MoldWiz INT-40DHT process aid additive is said to demonstrate process gains for resin compounders and pigment masterbatchers.
Precision series volumetric additive feeders (AF-1 and AF-2) meter pelletized or granular color concentrates or additives directly at the molding machine or extruder throat.
The authors examined four common food additives: Quinoline Yellow (FD&C Yellow No.
As these additives were applied, it was noted that the turbidity of the broke supernatant and of the broke/fiber blends was decreased significantly.
The analysis reveals the molecular behavior of a common lubricant additive, whose mode of action had remained mysterious since the additive's introduction in the late 1930s.
For those who suggest the requirement of a reducing atmosphere through the addition of carbonaceous additives will enhance the quality of castings, the need to have organic materials (such as seacoal) in the molding sand is important.
Rheology modifiers and plasticizers were found to be the largest volume additives, each representing nearly 20% of the additive poundage tallied in the study.
ESSENTIAL GUIDE TO FOOD ADDITIVES, 2nd Edition Leatherhead Food International Published 2003 Paperback 329 Pages Price: 49.00 [pounds sterling] (UK: Leatherhead Publishing)
Under the deal, first announced in early 2003, DuPont will contribute its expertise in biotech development with Bunge's market ties up and down the agricultural market food chain, especially in the area of soybean food additives and ingredients.