This easy to prepare dish uses fragrantly spiced paneer, a neutral tasting Indian cheese with a high melting point.
What does HMP stand for?
HMP stands for High Melting Point (solder)
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They not only have great strength but they also have a high melting point and are resistant to oxygen.
90 MI It's big advantage is its unusually high melting point (119 C), which greatly reduces required sterilization time, according to company.
EcoPaXX is a high-performance polyamide that is said to combine the benefits of a high melting point (approximately 250[degrees]C), low moisture absorption and excellent resistance to various chemical substances.
TiB2 enjoys advantages like low density, high mechanical strength, high melting point and resistance toward erosion, and therefore it was selected in synthesis of the mentioned nanocomposites.
10 broadens the application field for polyamides to numerous additional cutting-edge applications, thanks to excellent mechanical and thermal performance, displaying a high melting point of 215[degrees]C, similar to that of a PA 6; chemical resistance comparable to that of polyamide 11 and 12; very high gas-barrier properties; and low water absorption halfway between that of polyamide 6 and polyamide 12.
It pairs typical long-chain polyamide properties, such as low moisture absorption, with high melting point (highest of all bio-plastics) and high crystallisation rate (typical for engineering plastics such as polyamide 66 and Stanyl polyamide 46).