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  • Domestic refineries rely on Nigeria's coveted, low-viscosity crude to boost their output of gasoline.

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  • Mr. Earnest said ConocoPhillips could close its Trainer, Pa., plant on the Delaware River, because it runs expensive, low-sulfur and low-viscosity crude.

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  • Extruded materials from this type of volcano mainly consist of low-viscosity basaltic lava flows (Figure 3).


  • The mud breaks down to a low-viscosity fluid after a period of time, and is more readily washed out than bentonite mud.

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  • So they whipped up an experimental low-viscosity breakfast drink -- a prototype ready-to-drink chocolate-flavored meal replacement shake containing 190 calories in 325 ml (around 10 oz) -- using two concentrations of alginate (0.6 percent and 0.8 percent) designed to turn into a satiating gel only after it was consumed.

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  • The principle of this process is only useful for low-viscosity fluids; therefore, this principle is not applicable with higher fluid pressures.

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  • Master Bond's EP30LV-1 is a low-viscosity, optically clear epoxy for general-purpose bonding, coating, sealing and casting.

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  • A little low-viscosity machine oil for the ol 'skate bearings, and look out Evan, here comes Big Rudy with the chili!

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  • Both the engine and transmission are filled with low-viscosity lubricants.

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  • Thanks to its fast and accurate flow-rate measurement, the LFC is suitable for the dynamic control or metering of liquids such as deionised or demineralised water, methanol or low-viscosity oils.

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