Being able to predict the number of days required to reach a specified moisture content is one of the essential prerequisites for selecting the optimal drying method and time.
What does MC stand for?
MC stands for Moisture Content
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- Mississippi College (Clinton, Mississippi)
- Mitsubishi Corporation (Tokyo, Japan)
- Mobile Charge (semiconductors)
- Mobile Computer (wireless networking; various companies)
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- Mobilization Center (US FEMA)
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- Modification Center
Samples in periodicals archive:
Labcell has promoted the AquaLab DUO moisture content and water activity (ERH) analyser which allows measurements of both parameters to be obtained simultaneously in less than five minutes.
The LHP-NDC 710e fits into a standard a port on the dryer, eliminating the need for complex chemical modeling techniques to ascertain the moisture content of a product during the drying process.
No matter whether foods, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, construction materials or animal feeds are involved, their moisture content critically affects the quality, processability and price of their raw, intermediate and end products.
The article is prepared by a process comprising: coating a cationic curable adhesive onto a paper film substrate having a moisture content of less than about 5%; initiating cure of the adhesive and then optionally applying a second film substrate to the coated paper film substrate.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] From ketchup to moisturizers to paint, the moisture content of materials is a decisive factor in determining product quality--especially in substances with extremely high moisture contents.
The early wheat results, from samples analysed before August 22, indicate nabim Group 1 wheat has an average moisture content of 14.
The moisture content of the compounding ingredients should be well within the specification, as higher moisture content may adversely affect the performance of the polymeric goods (refs.