uncoated

[ US /ənˈkoʊtɪd/ ]
[ UK /ʌnkˈə‍ʊtɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not having a coating
    uncoated paper
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How To Use uncoated In A Sentence

  • For the abaxially coated leaves of Hedera helix the leaf drying curve also exhibits a point of inflection, though the initial decline of the transpiration rate is not as pronounced as for the uncoated leaves.
  • The Raman laser optical cavity was formed by coating one of the waveguide facets with a multilayer coating, while leaving the other facet uncoated.
  • Taking the car again as an example: uncoated cars would last only a year or two before rust rendered them unsightly and unsafe.
  • The samples were examined uncoated with a gaseous secondary electron detector within a water vaporous environment.
  • Since platinum prints are made on uncoated fine art papers (such as watercolor paper), the image is embedded in the fibers resulting in a softer, more painterly look than other black-and-white processes provide.
  • All measurements were performed on uncoated glass coverslips, avoiding errors in the viscoelastic data due to a soft substrate.
  • Coated and uncoated stocks together in one convenient guide.
  • Uncoated glass is a good radiator, so heat radiates from the window and is lost.
  • Then take it out and put the uncoated side into the egg mixture.
  • The component mounting surfaces are machined, generally linished and remain uncoated.
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