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Synonyms for equivalent

Synonyms for equivalent

agreeing exactly in value, quantity, or effect

possessing the same or almost the same characteristics

one that is very similar to another in rank or position

Synonyms for equivalent

a person or thing equal to another in value or measure or force or effect or significance etc

the atomic weight of an element that has the same combining capacity as a given weight of another element

being essentially equal to something


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MA technology opens a window to using nonpolar, low equivalent weight crosslinking components that can lead to very low solvent demand formulations capable of creating high crosslink density polymer networks.
The acetoacetate functional oligomer, 510--400, makes the hardest film; it also has the lowest equivalent weight and the highest functionality.
Yang (1997, 2001) proposed a Robust Kalman Filtering (RKF) algorithm based on innovation vectors, and an equivalent weight matrix structure with outliers.
In this investigation, students compared the weights of objects, explored how the amount of an item influences its weight, and found equivalent weights.
These properties are not independent of one another and are related to polymer properties, such as molecular weight (MW), MW distribution, equivalent weight (EM), EW distribution, chemistry, morphology, crystallinity, cluster size, and thermal, mechanical, and chemical properties.
At equivalent weights, SpectrAmid aramid shield demonstrated superior V-50 -- a gauge of "stopping power" -- versus aramid fabrics when shot with 9 mm projectiles at muzzle velocities between 358 and 426 m/sec.
Most suppliers will provide hydroxyl equivalent weights (HEW) or isocyanate equivalent weights (IEW).
Epoxy equivalent weights were similarly determined by manual titration using 40% tetraethylammonium bromide in glacial acetic acid as a reagent, 0.