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Synonyms for poise

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freedom from constraint, formality, embarrassment, or awkwardness

to place or be placed on a narrow or insecure surface

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to remain stationary over a place or object

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a cgs unit of dynamic viscosity equal to one dyne-second per square centimeter

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a state of being balanced in a stable equilibrium

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great coolness and composure under strain

be motionless, in suspension

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prepare (oneself) for something unpleasant or difficult

cause to be balanced or suspended

hold or carry in equilibrium

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12] 0,23 [micro]g 9,60% Vitamina E 1,40 mg 9,20% Vitamina A 73,60 [micro]g 8,20% Vitamina D 0,06 [micro]g 1,20% Vitamina K 6,9 [micro]g 10,60% Tabela 2--Medias e desvio padrao da viscosidade das amostras espessadas, com consistencia de Nectar, Mel e Pudim, expressas em centipoise (cP), e tempo de espessamento, com taxa de cisalhamento de 50 [s.
A viscosidade inicial foi de 183 centipoise para tres dias de armazenamento, reduzindo para 74,1 em 28 dias de armazenamento, em temperatura refrigerada, e para 23,9 centipoise apos 28 dias, em temperatura ambiente.
The dispersers are available from 1 through 250 HP and are ideal for dispersions that are up to a maximum of approximately 50,000 centipoise.
The pumps handle capacities up to 150 1/min and liquids with viscosities up to 2000 centipoise.
A liquid phenol-formaldehyde, intermediate cure speed resin was obtained from a commercial resin research and development facility with a mean ovendry solids content of 50 percent and a viscosity of 100 to 125 centipoise at 23[degrees]C.
Available in stainless steel and other corrosion-resistant materials, the probe reportedly can operate in ranges as high as 100,000 centipoise.
Water at ambient temperatures has a viscosity of about 1 centipoise (0.
Scraped-surface tends to be the norm for very viscous products, above 100,000 centipoise - although that is changing, Reinhart says: "Every time we look at something, the bar gets pushed a little higher.
The drain time is measured, and a chart is used to convert this time to centipoise.
Designed for easy integration, the StarFire SG-1024/M-C delivers superior jetting performance from a 20-30 picoliter nominal (fluid dependent) drop size with fluids in the 8 to 20 centipoise range to produce single-color operation at 400 dots-per-inch from 1024 independent channels arranged in eight rows in a single metal nozzle plate that is replaceable and designed to withstand abrasion.
Working in combination, both agitators provide adjustable shear and efficient turnover of low to high viscosity materials including pastes, gels, suspensions, slurries and fine dispersions up to several hundred thousand centipoise.
The classic High Speed Disperser is still used for straightforward powder wet-out requirements with viscosities up to around 50,000 centipoise and the Bow Tie Mixer remains popular for more viscous applications such as offset, lithographic and other paste inks," Banaszek said.
Three measurements are taken, and the average time is converted into a final viscosity value in centipoise.
Three measurements are taken and the average time is converted into a final viscosity value in centipoise.