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When part 1 and 2 react by themselves, the sand becomes less flowable.
This thought process caused her body to react with signs of anxiety and stress.
Here's a way into that question: Imagine, for a moment, what it feels like to react.
Ozone in the lower atmosphere often reacts with water to form hydroxyl radicals.
Figure 5 gives a general indication of the time required to react various sized rubber particles, adjusted to their mean size after passing a particular screen opening (ref.
Though it is in most cases a nonreactive additive, this product does react with nylons that contain residual amine groups.
While none of the tested coatings fulfilled all the requirements, Davis found that magnesium reacts with the moisture released by the sodium silicate binder and the silica and oxygen to produce magnesium oxide which reacts with the silica in the binder to form an interfacial layer of magnesium silicate.
In equation 1, two amino radicals react to form an intermediate which in turn reacts with the alkoxy radical to form diazo products.
Ancarez 300A reacts directly with aliphatic or cycloaliphatic amine curing agents and reportedly achieves good storage stability in blends with epoxy resin (polyamide and aromatic amine curing agents are not recommended with this product).
The extremely realistic Roboraptor interacts and reacts to his owner and surrounding environment based on his mode and mood.
The laboratory mustard Arabidopsis thaliana reacts with a burst of nitric oxide when it encounters certain compounds from bacterial cells, says Jorg Durner of GSF-National Research Center for Environment and Health in Neuherberg, Germany.
Because oxygen is not soluble in molten aluminum, it rapidly reacts with these trace elements and forms complex compounds.