desiccant

NOUN
  1. a substance that promotes drying (e.g., calcium oxide absorbs water and is used to remove moisture)
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How To Use desiccant In A Sentence

  • ÂTheir design uses two liquid desiccant waterfalls inside the house to dehumidify household air and uses heat captured by the solar thermal system to process and reuse the desiccant in the waterfalls. read the whole story on their blog Susanna Murley: The DOE's Solar Decathlon Prepares Graduates for Green Jobs
  • NREL uses syrupy liquids which contain salty desiccants to soak up the humidity.
  • Silica gel isn't a true gel, but a granulated chemical desiccant composed partly of silicon.
  • Packing materials usually include carton box, ESD bag, tray, tube, bubble wrap, label, desiccant, etc.
  • A desiccant dehumidifer with a fan and silver filter will kill bacteria and mould spores. Times, Sunday Times
  • Ray said, “It’s the antidesiccant that they pack with electronics and other things that are sensitive to humidity.” A Dirty Job HTML
  • This contains desiccant that extracts humidity from the air, preventing it from settling on your expensive trim. Times, Sunday Times
  • FDA has since recommended that clays used as desiccants in feed processing be tested for dioxin.
  • Residuum lac quod remanet post butirum permittunt acescere quantum acrius fieri potest et bulliunt illud, et coagulatur bulliendo, et coagulum illud desiccant ad solem, et efficitur durum sicut scoria ferri. The iournal of frier William de Rubruquis a French man of the order of the minorite friers, vnto the East parts of the worlde. An. Dom. 1253.
  • Instead you could put a moisture-absorbing cylinder containing desiccant in the cabin. Times, Sunday Times
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