Thixotropic

Liable to become liquid when agitated. Some concentrates exhibit this undesirable characteristic. See also Flow Moisture Point.
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Thixotropic

Liable to become liquid when agitated. Some concentrates exhibit this undesirable characteristic. See also Flow Moisture Point.
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thixotropic

Pertaining to, or characterised by, thixotropy. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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thixotropic

Referring to materials that are thick and viscous while at rest but will flow if brushed, stirred, or shaken. Resumes its viscous state when the agitation stops.
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Thixotropic

Substance that is gel-like at rest, but fluid when agitated, and thus can be applied easily but clings to a vertical surface. Thixotropic substances have high static shear strength and low dynamic shear strength at the same time, and lose viscosity under stress.
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thixotropic

thixotropic A reference to or characterized by thixotropy. Many gels and colloids are thixotropic materials, exhibiting a stable form at rest but becoming fluid when agitated.
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thixotropic

Type: Term Pronunciation: thik′sō-trop′ik Definitions: 1. Pertaining to, or characterized by, thixotropy.
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