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He opened the colloid in that heavenly stillness and mopped his face.
I was squinting through a colloid before you were out of your cradle, my son.
Tim slides open the aft colloid and reveals the curve of the world--the ocean's deepest purple--edged with fuming and intolerable gold.
Then the Sun rises and through the colloid strikes out our lamps.
Looking in turn at agrochemical formulations, paints and coatings, and food colloids, Tadros surveys applications of colloid and interface science.
Prior information notice without call for competition: Medicines containing albumin and other colloids.
com)-- Global colloids market research report is the latest business intelligence offering overview on blood plasma including competitive landscape, classifications, applications and industry chain structure.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian researchers produced nanoparticles in forms of colloids which have very good optical properties and conserve their stability for a long time.
Following a study, UK-based masterbatch manufacturer, Colloids, has released a new additive that benefits from exceptionally low Coefficient of Friction (CoF).
Numerous procedures exist for the synthesis of silver colloids consisting of nanometer-sized particles but preparation of concentrated colloidal dispersions is difficult to achieve.
KNOWSLEY-BASED Colloids bounced back from a tough 2009 as its diversification strategy had a big impact on its top line.
Colloids are small particles ranging in size from 1 to 0.
7 June 2010 - Indian credit rating agency CRISIL confirmed Friday the ratings of B with a "stable" outlook and of P4 on the bank facilities of local chemical company Lucid Colloids Ltd.
In a survey of more than 2400 doctors in European countries, 65% of clinicians reported using a mixture of crystalloids and colloids for volume resuscitation, isotonic crystalloids, hydroxy-ethyl starches (HES) and gelatins being the most common fluids used (2).