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  • n. Plural form of caustic.

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Examples

  • He also stated to NEVER use a plunger if any kind of caustics are in the drain.

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  • According to Caustic, this is because the advanced shading and lighting effects usually seen in ray-traced scenes, such as caustics and refraction, can't be accelerated on a standard GPU because of incoherent rays.

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  • This contains a movieclip called "caustics" that we'll use as an animated texture on our sphere.

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  • [Embed (source = "resources / caustics. swf", symbol = "caustics")] private var causticsMovie: Class;

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  • Skin contact with caustics can cause mild to severe burns depending on the strength of the product, the amount splashed on the skin and the duration of contact with the skin.

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  • Symptoms of inhaling caustics may include discomfort in the nose and/or throat, coughing, difficulty breathing, chest tightness, nausea, and vomiting.

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  • There are two types of caustics: acids alkalis (also known as bases)

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  • Exposure to caustics can cause severe burns through ingestion, inhalation or contact with the eyes and skin.

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  • Do not mix caustics with any other household products because dangerous chemical reactions may occur

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  • Contact a physician or poison control center if any exposure to caustics occurs

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