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What does HVP stand for?

HVP stands for High Vapor Pressure

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Because it has properties of high vapor pressure (tendency to evaporate when forming a film) and easy precipitation of metal by heating, it is possible to form a ruthenium film with a coverage factor of 70% within pores with the high aspect ratio of 40:1 at the low temperature of 165 degrees Celsius.
The repellents are volatile chemicals with a high vapor pressure that evaporate rapidly into the air.
While these early detectors successfully detected the presence of dynamite vapor (nitroglycerin), which not only has a high vapor pressure but is also very electronegative, they could detect few other explosives.