Awning- A roof like shelter of canvas or other material extending over a doorway, from the top of a window, over a deck, etc., in order to provide protection, as from the sun.
1. A number or symbol multiplied with a variable or an unknown quantity in an algebraic term. For example, 4 is the coefficient in the term 4 x, and x is the coefficient in x (a + b).
2.A numerical measure of a physical or chemical property that is constant for a system under specified conditions. The speed of light in a vacuum, for example, is a constant.
Coolant- A substance, usually a liquid or a gas, used to reduce the temperature of a system below a specified value by conducting away the heat produced in the operation of the system, as the liquid in an automobile cooling system or the fluid that removes heat from the core of a nuclear reactor.
1.coverings, hangings, clothing, etc., of fabric, especially as arranged in loose, graceful folds.
2. Often, draperies. long curtains, usually of heavy fabric and often designed to open and close across a window.
Fluoroplastic (fluoropolymer) - Any of the plastic, as Teflon, in which hydrogen atoms of the hydrocarbon chains are replaced by fluorine atoms
Fluorine- A pale-yellow, poisonous, gaseous element of the halogen group. It is highly corrosive and is used to separate certain isotopes of uranium and to make refrigerants and high-temperature plastics. It is also added in fluoride form to the water supply to prevent tooth decay.
Hydrophobic- Chemistry. having little or no affinity for water.
hydrophobe- a hydrophobic substance.
corrosive- A corrosive substance is one that will destroy and damage other substances with which it comes into contact. It may attack a great variety of materials, including metals and various organic compounds.
1. an area, usually paved, adjoining a house and used as an area for outdoor lounging, dining, etc.
2. a courtyard, especially of a house, enclosed by low buildings or walls.
1. the act or process of forming a polymer or polymeric compound.
2. the combination of many like or unlike molecules to form a more complex product of higher molecular weight, with elimination of water, alcohol, or the like (condensation polymerization) or without such elimination (addition polymerization)
1. any of numerous clear or translucent, yellowish or brownish substances that ooze from certain trees and plants. Resins are used in products such as varnishes, lacquers, adhesives, plastics, and drugs. Balsam is a resin.
2. any of various artificial substances, such as polyurethane, that have similar properties to natural resins and are used to make plastics.
synthetic- noting or pertaining to compounds formed through a chemical process by human agency, as opposed to those of natural origin:
Tetrafluoroethylene- a colourless, water-insoluble, flammable gas, C 2 F 4, used in the synthesis of certain polymeric resins, as Teflon.
thermoplastic- soft and pliable when heated, as some plastics, without any change of the inherent properties
upholstery- the materials used to cushion and cover furniture.