|Definition||:||Saturated Surface Dry|
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What does SSD mean?
Saturated Surface Dry (SSD) is a condition of an aggregate in which the exposed surfaces of the particles are "dry", but the permeable voids are filled with water.
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What is the full form of SSD in Materials?
The full form of SSD is Saturated Surface Dry
What are the full forms of SSD in Academic & Science?
Saturated Surface Dry | Sexual Size Dimorphism | Signal-Sensing Domain | Schwartz Sequential Dropping
What are the full forms of SSD in Worldwide?
Solid-State Drive | Saturated Surface Dry | Sexual Size Dimorphism | Seven-Segment Display | Sterol-Sensing Domain | Speech Sound Disorder | Single-Sided Deafness | System Sequence Diagram | Siroi | Signal-Sensing Domain | Schwartz Sequential Dropping
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