Translation of wetting agent in Spanish:

wetting agent

agente humectante, n.


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    agente humectante masculine
    • There are chemical wetting agents available to help in wallpaper removal.
    • This is the result of there being too little of a substance known as a surfactant, which acts as a kind of detergent or wetting agent to lower the surface tension of the fluid in the lungs.
    • Poloxamers have an extensive range of applications in the pharmaceutical industry such as emulsification, solubilization, dispersion and as thickening, coating and wetting agents.
    • But sometimes compost isn't enough, in which case artificial products such as wetting agents may have to be used to treat the area.
    • The label of a foliar-applied herbicide may recommend the use of a wetting agent or sticker-spreader.
    • Premature babies develop breathing problems because their lungs do not make enough surfactant, a wetting agent, which creates the correct surface tension for the lungs to function.
    • Even if you haven't, it's possible to supplement budget mixes with soil wetting agents and stir through a bit of pre-soaked peat if you've got it.
    • Many contain a wetting agent for uniform water distribution.
    • The line of forty products include soil surfactants, wetting agents, spray dye indicators, foliar nutrients biostimulants, spray adjuvants, and tank cleaners.
    • After dissection, anthers remained in the wetting agent for another hour.
    • Utilizing slow release organics products and plenty of iron and wetting agents are all standard operating procedures for Kevin and his crew.
    • The dishwashing liquid acts as a wetting agent and allows the water to soak into the soil.
    • The wetting agent will improve the penetration of water so that it can reach deep down to the roots of the plants.
    • Manufacturers may add wetting agents and other substances (including acid) to their silicate products.
    • Aquatrols has improved on its wetting agent technology with the introduction of Dispatch, which is seven times faster than its existing Infiltrex product.
    • The main focus of this study was to investigate the possible role of skin wetness and the wetting agent's constituents on parameters that affect skin breakdown.
    • Detergents are chemical compounds that contain wetting agents and emulsifiers.
    • Can be used with fertilizers, insecticides, fungicides, algaecides, acids, wetting agents and disinfectants
    • These products vary, but may include a mild synthetic detergent or an oil mixed with a wetting agent (surfactant).
    • Most problems have to do with wetting agents in mixes.