Results for: Molding

In Mechanical Engineering

What is a mold in metal molding?

something that is non flammable and resists high temperatures, such as fine powdered rocks or some types of clay, just anything that's not flammable and heat resistant
In Health

What can mold do to you?

nothing, if you mean the stuff on mouldy fruit . it does not affect humans.
In Manufacturing

What is molding?

Injection molding (British English: moulding) is a manufacturing process for producing parts from both thermoplastic and thermosetting plastic materials. Material is fed in ( Full Answer )
In Mold and Mildew

Why is mold mold?

Molds are formed as empty spaces left in a rock when the soft parts of the organism decay and the hard parts are dissolved by chemicals.
In The Difference Between

What is the difference between mold and mold?

Just the spelling, some words are spelled different ways in different countries like color (USA) colour(UK) but mean the same thing or completely different words for the same ( Full Answer )
In Microbiology

Why was mold named mold?

Molds are name according to genre. There is nothing to do with the names. These are very harmful for people. It is actually a fungus that produces a superficial growth on vari ( Full Answer )
In Mycology or Fungi

Does heating mold spread mold?

- yes because when the HEAT comes, the Mold form , and by the heat gets hotter and hotter more mold comes.
In Mycology or Fungi

How is mold different from slime mold?

Mold is filamentous protists which must absorb their food from the surrounding water or soil..Slime molds form fruiting bodies containing spores which are eventually released. ( Full Answer )
In English Spelling and Pronunciation

How do you spell mold as in 'jelly mold'?

It is spelled 'Jelly mould' in British English. In US English, the term would be 'Gelatin mold'.