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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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It offers immediate thinning action, reduces gel strength, and is more cost-effective than traditional thinners.
However, from prior experience, the gel strength of the surimi would be expected to increase from 400 to 600 points if dewatered to a standard moisture content of 75% (Reppond and Babbitt, 1997).
5) Gel strength builds up with time in hours (measured in Sydansk scale) Phenol SI no.
Normally when you are using a standard extended bentonite and water mixture the resulting high gel strengths can cause increased annular pressure.
The process substantially increases the gel strength of the thermally induced gel from reconstituted egg white.
Duo-Vis/Super-Vis: A bio-polymer, when added to a bentonite-based drilling fluid, provides high gel strength, resulting in vastly improved suspension of large drill cuttings, sand and gravel.
Their point was to optimize gel strength in relation to iron concentrations.
The higher production cost and low gel strength of these superabsorbents, however, restrict their application widely.
Reduce the gel strength of highly thixotropic or gel-like pastes by high speed agitation and/or dilution with vehicle before letting down.
The breaking force, deformation, and gel strength were measured using a texture analyzer (EZ-test, Shimadzu, Tokyo, Japan) equipped with a cylindrical plunger (diameter 5 mm, depression speed 80 mm/min).
Citri-Fi products are used to manage moisture, partially replace vegetable and animal fat including trans and saturated fats, improve gel strength, and replace or reduce the use of commonly used chemical additives such as phosphates in a wide array of food products, including bakery, snack, processed meat, sauce, dairy, and beverage products.
This is a gelling polysaccharide polymer derived from red seaweed which provides high gel strength at very low concentrations.