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Synonyms for resin

any of a class of solid or semisolid viscous substances obtained either as exudations from certain plants or prepared by polymerization of simple molecules

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Phenolic Resins Market: Product Segment Analysis Resol resins Novolac resins Others (Bio-phenolic resins, cresol novolac, formaldehyde-free phenolic resins etc.
Type of resins: Acrylic-styrene emulsions; emulsions; UV curing resins; urethane/ polyurethane resins
Offers 9911 Dis-Res dispersions for polyester resins, PUR, and epoxies.
8 Uses of phenol-formaldehyde resins in the wood-work industry.
Fourth generation bonding resins have been researched the longest of these and have a proven track record with dentists.
Virgin manufacturers routinely dump `pencil prime' or wide-spec, which continue to be a threat to recycled resins.
By identifying which phenolic urethane coldbox resin system is best for your operation, these simple tests can determine opportunities for cost and quality improvements.
We analyzed three commercial Bis-GMA monomers and six Bis-GMA-based composite resins including Z-100, Charisma, and Tetric under the following HPLC conditions: we used a C18 column (flow of 1 mL/min) with acetonitrile/water (50/50) as the solvent, a temperature of 40 [degrees] C, a duration of 55 min (isocratic mode), UV detection (at 230 nm), and fluorescence (excitation 275 nm; emission 300 nm) (5).
The objective of this review is to analyse the global and CIS markets for ion-exchange resins.
Resins offered: acrylic resins, acrylic-styrene emulsions, alkyd resins, emulsions, epoxy resins, high-solid resins, hybrid resins, oleoresinous varnishes, polyamide resins, polyester resins, silicone polyesters, TGIC resins, urethane/polyurethane resins, vinyl resins
Recent introductions include five stereolithography (SL) resins aimed at producing more functional prototypes.
BisGMA-based resins include the bonding adhesive and the filled composites you use in your practice every day for performing all bonded restorations, sealants or direct veneers.
Norsolene hydrocarbon resins are highlighted in the company's 12-page, four-color technical solutions brochure.
For example, resins containing nitrogen have long been associated with the production of nitrogen pinholes in iron.