MFFTMinimum Film Forming Temperature (polymer temperature transition testing instrumentation)
MFFTMatching Familiar Figures Test (measure of reflection-impulsivity)
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Some of these gaps may arise mainly from using MFFT measurements for optimizing the coalescent content appropriate for forming coalesced latex films, assuming that deformation and coalescence of particles occurs simultaneously.
Regarding the film properties, it can be observed that, as expected, [T.sub.g] and the MFFT values rise as the MMA and St weight ratio increased in the formula.
Consistencia longitudinal de la reflexividad-impulsividad evaluada por el Matching Familiar Figures Test-20 (MFFT 20).
The 2D MFFT [9], SFFT [13], and 2D SDFT [8] are chosen for the existing fast DFT/FFT algorithms.
The MFFT, which asks the participant to choose from six figures the one that is the same as the one on top of the screen, is one evaluation tool.
This boundary, termed the "minimum film formation temperature" (MFFT), is the lowest possible temperature that a coating, can he dried to produce a coalesced, crack-free film.
En cuanto a la evaluacion de este estilo en el alumnado de entre seis y doce anos, tradicionalmente, se ha venido utilizando el Matching Familiar Figures Test (MFFT) de Kagan (1965c), que es un test de emparejamiento perceptivo que consta de 10 items, cada uno de los cuales presenta simultaneamente al sujeto un dibujo estandar o modelo y seis variantes o copias casi identicas del mismo, siendo solamente una exactamente igual al modelo.
In their experiment, adult humans classified as impulsive according to the Matching Familiar Figures Test (MFFT Kagan, 1966) responded at higher rates under a differential-reinforcement-of-low-rate (DRL) schedule than those classified as nonimpulsive.
Poly(vinyl acetate) latex has the unique ability to form glassy, coherent films at room temperature due to the large disparity between its glass transition temperature ([T.sub.g] [approximately equal to] 35[degrees]C) and minimum film formation temperature (MFFT [approximately equal to] 15[degrees]C).
Ink chemists utilize the transition temperature concept widely while choosing polymeric resins to impart block resistance and to adjust the minimum film forming temperature (MFFT).