The capillary water contents, calcium hydroxide contents, and chemically bound water
contents are calculated considering contributions from both cement hydration and slag reaction.
Water relations, free and bound water
and leaf expansion rate.
The dielectric method of investigating bound water
in biological material: An appraisal of the technique," Bioelectromagnetics, Vol.
Plants may develop the capacity not only to retain water in tissues but also to protect cell structures against desiccation by accumulating hydrophilic substances such as Metabolic Enzymes (Desaturases), Osmoprotectant producing enzymes, ROS scavenging enzymes and Structural Proteins (COR/LEA, Dehydrins, AFPs) that bind water molecules, which leads to a reduction in free water and an increase in bound water
(Yoshida et al.
diffusion coefficients into wood in the fiber direction.
Correspondingly, the Palaeosols have substantially more bound water
than the Ignimbrite materials, as reflected in the calculated transition water contents (Wang and Schmugge 1980) of 0.
The steep fall could be explained by a change in drying mechanism from evaporation of free surface water to removal of bound water
by diffusion from inside the particles.
is that water fraction having thermodynamic and motional properties different from bulk water.
remains and is in equilibrium with the relative humidity of the air.
Protein stabilization is thought to be the result of hydrogen bonding, with sugar molecules replacing surface bound water
Due to the removal of free water and weakly bound water
in samples, there is an obvious weight loss valley at 25~250[degrees]C.
Another motivation of this work was to investigate the influence of molecular weight of PEG on phase structure of PETG copolymers, and then to illustrate the effect of phase structure on the bound water
Figure 4 shows that bulk water produces a broad peak that clearly differentiates it from bound water
present in the form of hydrated salts.
B], the volume of bound water
in the specimen, and [V.
Cylacell blowing agent contains bound water
, which causes particles to expand into closed-cell spheres at temperatures above 300 F.