compound with

compound (something) with (something else)

To add something to something else; to combine things. That protein powder tastes so bad that I have to compound it with something else.
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compound something with something

to unite some substance with another; to mix something with something else. Can this unpleasant medicine be compounded with something to make it palatable?
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the smooth extrudates, which represent batches of the same compound with better mixing.
Carr has synthesized a compound with roughly seven times the cholesterol-lowering potency of the ester alone.
Extrudate appearance can also be improved by straining the compound with a gear extruder or "gear pump" (ref.
Use of SFR-100 resin enables molders to achieve superior flame retardance in a compound with very high filler loading (in excess of 60%) that is still melt processable.
Figure 8 shows the SPC three sigma charts for S' of the RPA viscoelastic properties for the developmental replacement compound with optimal elastic torque.
The RPA can directly measure the viscous heating of a rubber compound with good repeatability (ref.
Engineering a subtread compound with aramid pulp reinforcement is a route to lower rolling resistance, better cornering performance, reduced abrasion and a greater resistance to punctures (ref.
Assuming that the compound has been properly formulated, a quality extruded product can be maintained by removing the small amount of undispersed particles that might be included from the compound with the use of a screen pack in the extruder.
Because this additional carbon black displaces a comparable volume of the more expensive polymer, the compound with Sterling carbon black shows a lower "out-the-door" cost for the finished product than the compounds using conventional grades.
The test formulations compounded were based on an EVA elastomer containing 18% vinyl acetate (VA) and an EVM compound with 50% VA content (table 3).
For example, a natural rubber compound with a 70 phr loading of the new product displays a crack growth rate of 1.
Figure 6 shows that, as the loadings of carbon black and oil are increastaticd, the maximum S' (MH) decreastatics; however, the viscous torque S" at MH increastatics greatly indicating a more hysteretic compound with reduced rebound.
The compound specific gravity (using a theoretical compound with a 0.