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  Solvent
1999's Solvently One Listens was Jason Amm's second full-length (his 1998 debut was simply titled Solvent) on Suction Records, the record label he founded with Gregory De Rocher of Lowfish.
But the Solvent sound (and the sound to which Amm and De Rocher have dedicated Suction Records is as fresh and exciting to electronic music today as New Wave was twenty years ago.
Volume 2 features new Solvent and Lowfish, plus a collaboration between the two called Tinfoil Teakettle and tracks by a slew of other excellent minimal robot artists.
www.epitonic.com /artists/solvent.html   (504 words)

  
  Solvent Cleaning
Solvents that contain chlorine (referred to as halogenated solvents) are the most heavily regulated.
Parts washer solvents are considered wastes when they are removed from the washer unit, or if they remain in an idle parts washer over 90 days after the unit ceases operation.
solvent cleaner, brake cleaner) is suspected of contaminating a load of used oil, the transporter may refuse to pick it up, leaving the you to deal with managing the contaminated used oil as hazardous waste.
www.ecarcenter.org /fl/fl-solvent.htm   (1468 words)

  
 solvent. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
Other compounds valuable as solvents because they dissolve materials that are insoluble or nearly insoluble in water are acetone, alcohol, benzene (or benzol), carbon disulfide, carbon tetrachloride, chloroform, ether, ethyl acetate, furfural, gasoline, toluene, turpentine, and xylene (or xylol).
Polar solvents, of which water is an example, have molecules whose electric charges are unequally distributed, leaving one end of each molecule more positive than the other.
Nonpolar solvents, of which carbon tetrachloride is an example, have molecules whose electric charges are equally distributed.
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 Solvent
Solvent is Jason Amm, a robot music composer, analog synthesizer fetishist, and co-founder of the renowned Suction Records label.
Solvent has been releasing his unique brand of synthesizer-pop music since 1997, and is best known for his releases on Morr Music (2001's Solvent City) and Ghostly International (2004's Apples and Synthesizers, 2005's Elevators and Oscillators).
Solvent has created his own unique version of electro-pop: too elegant and sincere for the electroclash set, too complex and contemporary to sound like it was recorded in 1981, and too seeped in the time-honoured traditions of melody, songwriting and hands-on synthesis to be lost in the overcrowded world of IDM.
www.ghostly.com /1.0/artists/solvent/index.shtml   (286 words)

  
 Solvent Recycling - A Case Study   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The vaporized solvent is captured when it condenses on a refrigerated heat exchanger and flows into another bucket for reclaimed solvent.
The solvent recycler generates 2 drums of still bottoms per year which are disposed of as hazardous waste at a yearly cost of $600.
The solvent distillation units are available in various batch sizes and can be purchased based on the amount of spent solvent generated at a shop.
www.p2pays.org /ref/16/15424.htm   (1008 words)

  
 The MSDS HyperGlossary: Solvent
A solvent is a substance that dissolves another substance or substances to form a solution (a homogeneous mixture).
The solvent is the component in the solution that is present in the largest amount or is the one that determines the state of matter (i.e.
In a solution containing 5 grams of sugar and 1 liter (1000 grams) of water, the water is the solvent because it is present in the largest quantity.
www.ilpi.com /msds/ref/solvent.html   (615 words)

  
 Solvent Distillation equipment, solvent distillation recovery equipment.
The distillation of the solvent is accomplished by a peripheral heating jacket filled with diathermic oil, heated by an electrical element.
Utilizing vacuum distillation equipment, the boiling point of the solvent is lowered, decreasing the temperature necessary for distillation of the solvent.
DYnamic solvent distillation equipment utilize an internal mixing blade inside the distillation machine to stir and help reduce solvents or inks that contain a high content of residue.
www.distillation.cc /solvent_distillation_equipment.html   (504 words)

  
 www.myspace.com/solventcity   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Solvent has created his own unique version of electro-pop: too elegant and sincere for the electroclash set, too complex and contemporary to sound like it was recorded in 1981, and too seeped in the time-honoured traditions of melody, songwriting and hands-on synthesis to be lost in the overcrowded world of IDM.
Solvent is widely regarded in the underground electronica community as being at the forefront of electro-pop's return to form.
Solvent's release schedule for 2006 includes the debut full-length release by a new side project called Black Turtleneck, a couple of split releases with Lowfish, as well as a new Solvent 12" and (fingers crossed) full-length.
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 Solvent Effects in Molecular Hyperpolarizability Calculations   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Solvent effects on the computed molecular geometries were found to be minimal.
Dipole moments calculated for the molecules in vacuo showed good agreement with experimental data obtained in nonpolar solvents, but a substantial solvent dependence was observed for molecules modeled in a polar solvent.
Hyperpolarizabilities calculated for molecules in solvent were found to be in better agreement with experimental EFISH data than those calculated for molecules in vacuo.
pubs.acs.org /cgi-bin/abstract.cgi/cmatex/1996/8/i02/abs/cm950362j.html   (172 words)

  
 Environmental Solvent Glossary
The simplest alcohols (methanol, ethanol, n-propanol, and isopropanol) are good solvents for some organic soils, notably rosin, but are flammable and can form explosive mixtures with air: their use requires caution and well-designed equipment.
The first phase is solvent cleaning in the blend and the second phase is water cleaning to remove the residues of the blend and any other water-soluble soils.
A cleaning process, usually with CFC-113 solvent or hydrochlorocarbon solvents, in which the final rinse of the parts being cleaned is achieved by condensing solvent vapors on the parts.
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 Solvent   (Site not responding. Last check: )
A solvent gives the paint the ability to be spread over a large surface area.
The solvent must be volatile to evaporate from the paint surface leaving the paint film.
Solvents can affect the physical properties of the paint; the drying and gloss, therefore the solvent must be chosen carefully to suit the desired needs.
www.chem.shef.ac.uk /chm131-2003/cha03lo/Solvent.html   (71 words)

  
 Media - Solvent Media
Solvent Media is not coated for inkjet printing but instead is meant to be used with Solvent and Eco-Solv printing.
Solvent paper is thick enough to take solvent ink and return a good quality print.
Solvent specialty media includes items such as metallic and holographic paper, canvas and fabric media, and everything else outdoor ready that doesn't fall into one of the larger catergories.
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 Solvent - SIMILE
Solvent is a Firefox extension that helps you write screen scrapers for Piggy Bank.
Watch a screencast of Solvent scraping the location of Starbucks coffee shops in Cambridge, MA and then use Piggy Bank to show the scraped data on a map.
Solvent is an open source software and built around the spirit of open participation and collaboration.
simile.mit.edu /solvent   (503 words)

  
 Solvent Cleaning
Used solvents can be harmful to workers and the environment because they are toxic and they emit dangerous vapors.
Therefore, when using hazardous solvents in your parts washing system, you are required to either recycle the used solvents or manage them under the state’s hazardous waste requirements.
When not in use, solvent streams should be turned off and lids on parts washers should be kept closed to reduce evaporative solvent loss.
www.ecarcenter.org /AZ/az-solvent.htm   (997 words)

  
 ON-SITE SOLVENT RECYCLING EQUIPMENT
Solvent use is a major contributor to air and water pollution, and is a leading source of hazardous waste.
Businesses may be able to eliminate their solvent wastes by finding an aqueous or semi-aqueous cleaners, thinners and carriers to replace the solvent.
This partial list of manufacturers and distributors of solvent recycling units was prepared by the Ohio EPA Office of Pollution Prevention.
www.epa.state.oh.us /opp/solvents/SolventRecycEquip.html   (601 words)

  
 Jynnan Tonnyx » Archives » Solvent
Whereas Adhesive makes posts “sticky,” Solvent makes them “slippery,” so that they won’t be displayed on the front page of your blog, no matter how recently they have been written.
Solvent has only been tested with WordPress 1.5.1 (Strayhorn), so I have no idea if it works on earlier versions.
Solvent just works on the result set as is, in order to make it compatible with Adhesive.
jynnantonnyx.com /archives/2005/05/17/solvent   (1051 words)

  
 Solvent   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Wesco 105 Solvent is either new or reclaimed petroleum distillate (mineral spirits), or a blend thereof.
Cascade 1006 Solvent is a low foam, biodegradable, industrial strength cleaning/degreasing solution specially formulated for use in our heated Cascade aqueous parts cleaners.
This solvent is non-flammable, non-caustic, non-fuming, non-toxic and non-combustible.
www.wescoweb.com /solvent.htm   (448 words)

  
 ATSDR - ToxFAQs™: Stoddard Solvent
Stoddard solvent is used as a paint thinner; in some types of photocopier toners, printing inks, and adhesives; as a dry cleaning solvent; and as a general cleaner and degreaser.
It is not known whether Stoddard solvent will build up in plants or animals living in contaminated soil or water, but some of the chemicals that make up Stoddard solvent might build up in these situations.
Most of the information on the health effects of Stoddard solvent comes from studies in which it is breathed; there are fewer studies of exposure to the eyes or skin.
www.atsdr.cdc.gov /tfacts79.html   (876 words)

  
 Solvent
As a result, water is an excellent solvent for other polar molecules, particularly those which have hydrogen bonded to either oxygen or nitrogen atoms.
Water is also an excellent solvent for both positive and negatively charged ions.
Being dissolved in water allows these biochemicals to react readily because they can mix rapidly, and it also allows them to be transported rapidly from where they are produced or ingested to where they are needed, whether that is just across a cell or moving from one end of the body to the other.
dl.clackamas.cc.or.us /ch106-06/solvent.htm   (402 words)

  
 Solvent extraction used to obtain botanical essential oil.
When we talk about the broad term of solvent extraction, it does not only refer to chemical solvents like hexane, but also to other forms - such as solid oil and fat as well as carbon dioxide.
Solvent extraction is particularly suitable for botanical material that has a very low yield of essential oil, or where it is made up of mostly resinous components and as such delivers a far finer fragrance than that of distillation.
During this type of extraction, non-volatile components of the botanical material - such as waxes and pigments are also extracted and in some cases this is then removed during another process.
www.essentialoils.co.za /solvent-extraction.htm   (178 words)

  
 solvent
3687 is a 120g/m2 highly opaque, barrier coated paper specially developed for solvent inkjet printers, with a blue-back light block on the underside for increased opacity and reduced shine-through.
Works with all popular solvent brands and is available in widths up to 2 meters.
Compatible with eco-solvent and strong solvent printing systems, the media is also waterfast with pigmented solvent inks.
www.nashua.com /dietzgen/html/solvent.html   (636 words)

  
 Features
requires that a Solvent Recycler be listed by a nationally recognized third party testing agency and that it be certified by the testing agency to meet the requirements of UL 2208 Standard for Solvent Distillation Units.
According to the Standard and Codes, a Solvent Recycler either complies for use in non-hazardous areas or it doesn't and must be put in either an Class I, Division 2 or Class I, Division 1 hazardous location.
Load the unit with dirty solvent, 5 gallon bucket and all.
www.solvent-recycler.com /features.htm   (353 words)

  
 Factmonster Search: solvent
solvent, constituent of a solution that acts as a dissolving agent.
Heat of Solution The addition of some solutes to a solvent will raise the temperature of the...
leaching, method of extraction in which a solvent is passed through a mixture to remove some...
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 Solvent Recycling - Solvent Recyclers
This means the solvent recycler has enough separating power to remove the contaminants from the solvent.
In BR Instrument’s 35 years of experience in solvent recycling, we have accumulated 100’s of protocols for different waste mixtures.
Once the parameters are set, the solvent recycling procedure is very simple and fully automatic.
www.solvent--recycling.com   (317 words)

  
 Solvent Reuse Recovery
We carry a line of solvent recovery products for your solvent reuse recovery needs.
We can provide steam or electric heated units with continuous scraping for solvents with high solids contamination.
Maintaining your solvent recovery equipment is essential to a long term life.
www.solventrecoveryusa.com /index.html   (101 words)

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