Only by testing the boiling point
can the real cause be identified.
The significant difference in material properties between water-based and alcohol-based fluxes is the change in the boiling point
of the solvent in the flux system.
obscures this ongoing debate by repeatedly appealing to a nonexistent scientific consensus.
In Boiling Point
Gelbspan recounts how in the early 1990s Big Coal and Big Oil mounted a campaign of disinformation designed to persuade policymakers, the press, and the public that the issue of human-induced climate change was mired in scientific uncertainty.
The boiling point
of water is -- [degrees]C, or -- [degrees]F.
Slowly bring to boiling point
, gently stirring occassionally to make sure that the sugar has dissolved.
By the early 1960s, the Civil Rights Movement that began shortly after the Civil War had reached a boiling point
This quick-acting blackener is a liquid version of the company's standard compound and has an exceptionally low boiling point
of 250[degrees] to 260[degrees]F.
His bestselling books, including Politics of Rich and Poor, The Emerging Republican Majority, Boiling Point
, and Arrogant Capital: Washington, Wall Street and the Frustration of American Politics, were benchmarks of the latest political shifts.
TerraTherm uses a technique called in situ thermal destruction in which the soil is heated to well beyond the boiling point
of water using electrically powered heating elements.
One current focus at NIST is on the dispersion and distribution of CF3I at temperatures below its normal boiling point
Also HFC-245fa offers a broader processing window due to it slower boiling point
Today's reference points, the boiling point
of water (100[degrees] C) and the melting point of ice (0[degrees] C), were by no means as obvious in the past as they now seem.
THE Second Division promotion race reaches boiling point
this afternoon - but Millwall boss Mark McGhee couldn't care less.
A cooling system using the Evans technology uses a nonwater-based high boiling point
(over 350[degrees]F) coolant and controls the temperature of the coolant substantially below its boiling point