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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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Gel dosimetry started with the use of gels containing Folin's phenol, in which color changes were observed when exposed to radiations.
We saw opportunity with the styling gel, like we saw with the activator gel market,'' he said.
Weiss developed the gel with his colleagues at the University of Florence in Italy.
Average melt temperature may increase noticeably, so watch out for crosslinked, discolored, or burnt gels if friction is too severe.
On day 7, the sites that had been treated with the platelet gel exhibited robust beds of granulation tissue and an intense inflammatory response (figure 5).
Throughout history, Aloe Vera gel has been used to treat a variety of ailments, including boils, itchy skin, ulcers and bruises.
Brad Walsh, Facility manager, Australian Proteome Analysis commented, "After testing Z3 at the Australian Proteome Analysis Facility, we believe it is a revolutionary image analysis package with great potential for bringing a paradigm shift to the way 2D gels are analyzed.
Several sports nutrinionists believe that since the gels have no fiber and no protein and fat to interfere in metabolism, the carbohydrate in the gel is easily assimilated into the bloodstream and delivers a supply of both fast-acting and long-lasting carbohydrate energy.
In a subsequent test, the scientists compared leishmania injected along with the gel against the parasite injected with saliva.
Its Nanoman system differentiates gels as bright, bright with dark spots, or dark--which correspond to a gel, gel with speck, or speck.
Recently, a new approach to zinc therapy--an over-the-counter nasal gel formulation (Zicam)--was the subject of a preliminary study (C.
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.
When resin suppliers realize they're dealing with a sophisticated user whose product requires low gel counts, they will try to send good material.