It is comprised of dispersing particles of waxy solid material in a water-immiscible liquid in which the waxy solid material is insoluble; emulsifying the resulting dispersion into an aqueous solution of a capsule wall-forming material to form an emulsion of droplets; forming a coating of the capsule wall-forming material on the emulsified droplets containing the dispersed waxy solid particles to provide capsules; heating the capsules to a temperature above the melting point of the waxy solid material; and cooling the capsules to a temperature below the melting point of the waxy solid material.
What does MLT stand for?
MLT stands for Melting Point
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University researchers began to suspect that something was unusual when they couldn't get a constant melting point for sucrose in the work that they were doing.
Has a melting point of 217[degrees]C and a specific gravity of 7.
Thermoplastic materials do not exhibit an exact melting point marking the transition from a solid to liquid, so the Vicat softening temperature was introduced as a substitute for the melting point for measurement and test purposes.
It also creates alloy combinations with tin, however, that have a lowest melting point of around 117[degrees]C.
Pocan DP7102 is a 25% mineral-filled injection grade with a melting point of about 225 C.
The sealant material comprises a polymer that exhibits a melting point, wherein the glass transition temperature of the amorphous polymer is greater than the melting point of the sealant material by at least about 45[degrees]C.
In fact, says Carol Handwerker, chief of the metallurgy division at the National Institute of Standards and Technology, "The whole electronics infrastructure was designed around the melting point and physical properties of [lead].