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Synonyms for curing

the process of becoming hard or solid by cooling or drying or crystallization

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[USPRwire, Sat Aug 24 2019] Waterborne curing agents Market: Introduction Waterborne curing agents have gained the attention of coatings & adhesives formulators as these pose various advantages.
[UKPRwire, Sat Aug 10 2019] In the modern dentistry, dental curing lights have gained a pole position in all dental operations and practices, as all dental adhesives, adhesive cements, and resin composites use light energy for comprehensive polymerization, which decides the eventual clinical success of a dental operation.
[ClickPress, Mon Mar 11 2019] In the modern dentistry, dental curing lights have gained a pole position in all dental operations and practices, as all dental adhesives, adhesive cements, and resin composites use light energy for comprehensive polymerization, which decides the eventual clinical success of a dental operation.
Dissolve Morton's Tender-Quick in water to make a rich, fast-acting curing pickle, and pump this pickle into shoulders and hams along the bones.
Aim of current research was to compare the mean shear bond strength (MSB) of adhesive cured at 0mm and 5mm curing light tip distances.
Manufacturers gain efficiencies from rapid on-demand curing with easy cure confirmation and post-cure bond-line Inspection.
Curing technology for EPDM rubber has been introduced.
The Accu-Cure Ultraviolet Curing & Drying Unit is engineered for high-speed curing of vinyls, polyesters, paper and other substrates.
The Diabetes Research Institute Foundation, however, provided the most balanced approach to curing diabetes, giving 27%, or $3 million of its $11 million in donations, to practical cure research.
Curing was the answer to vital yet simple questions such as: "How do I save the rest of this buffalo that we can't eat now?" and "How will we eat thought the winter?" As citizens of the modern world, we are the fortunate beneficiaries of these curing curing techniques that were once crucial for mere survival.
Calcium is naturally present in water and can be absorbed into cured meat products during wet curing, a preservation process also known as brine, sweet pickle or immersion curing.
3 : to prepare by or undergo a chemical or physical process for use or storage <Cure the pork in brine.> <The pork is curing.>
Organic peroxides for curing polyester resins covering a range of temperatures and processing conditions.
Like busy dental office schedules filling so quickly, so go the number of new choices dentists have to make when it comes to light curing units.
Curing with particular selected hardeners (4,4'-diaminodiphenylsulfone (DDS)) enables cross-linked epoxy systems that consist of polyether oxide (PEO) and diglycidyl ether of bisphenol-A (DGEBA) to form a miscible network [8].