Air-dry

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  1. Dry to such a degree that no further moisture is given up on exposure to air. Most air-dry substances contain moisture that can be expelled by heating them or placing them in a vacuum. Webster 3rd; Fay
  2. Said of timber the moisture content of which is in approximate equilibrium with local atmospheric conditions. CTD
    Source: Dictionary of Mining, Mineral, and Related Terms


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