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a colloid in a more solid form than a sol

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a thin translucent membrane used over stage lights for color effects

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become a gel

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apply a styling gel to

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The Ultrasound Gel industry development trends and marketing channels are analyzed.
Hair Gel Production by Regions By Technology By Applications
All the men in the family might use the same jar of styling gel.
Because other cleaning gels for artworks can't switch states like this, they are difficult to remove without disturbing the paint, particularly when they seep into the artwork's cracks and pores, says organic chemist Richard Weiss at Georgetown University in Washington, D.
Pinpoint gels, referred to as "applesauce," look like dust particles entrapped in resin.
We attempted to develop an autologous platelet gel biologic dressing that would improve the re-epithelialization process following the creation of superficial laser skin burns.
The gel of older (therefore, larger) Aloe Vera plants is more effective than that of "baby" plants.
Helmut Meyer, CEO, Prot@gen, a proteomics company, known for its expertise in 2D gels, stated: "Compugen's Z3 image analysis software takes only 10 minutes to provide complete analysis of proteins, compared with the up to two days it takes for rival products.
The gel can also be used immediately after exercise to help with the recovery.
Gel insole has been popular because it can be used simply and light carrying.
The report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the Global Silica Gel market for the period 2015-2019.
Its Nanoman system differentiates gels as bright, bright with dark spots, or dark--which correspond to a gel, gel with speck, or speck.
As it is injected in the body, it reacts to normal body temperature to form a soluble gel allowing for the retention and controlled release of incorporated therapeutics without affecting their molecular structure
What does a gooey, toothpaste-like, glowing, translucent gel have to do with selling coffee?
LibiGel is a gel formulation of bioidentical testosterone designed to be quickly absorbed through the skin after application on the upper arm, delivering testosterone to the bloodstream evenly over time and in a non-invasive and painless manner.